Junior Kaylen Hurst was named the March student of the month. The virtue was courage, the ability to do something that frightens one. At the Ash Wednesday service, Assistant Principal David Tenney introduced her, mentioning how one of those nominating her described Hurst as “the strongest person I know”. When asked, Hurst said she was not expecting to win. The multi-faceted student was rewarded with a certificate, a card, and a gift certificate to Chick-fil-la. Hurst also mentioned how it felt good to win and she appreciated that other people can see her strength, especially when she is going through … Continue reading Hurst Named March Student of the Month
Dominic Gambogi ’20 was named the December student of the month. The virtue for the month was being gracious. In his introductory remarks, Assistant Principal David Tenney said, “The student who received the most votes is known for being very … Continue reading Dominic Gambogi named Dec. Student of the Month
gratitude |ˈgratəˌt(y)o͞od|nounthe quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness The character trait for the month of November was “gratitude”. Students are nominated each month by their teachers and peers who believe that they are … Continue reading Nathan Tekle a Gracious Guy
Freshman Mia Gonzalez-Jackson was named SVPHS’ first student of the month for the 2018-19 school year. Gonzalez-Jackson was nominated for her integrity, displaying random acts of kindness, and staying true to herself. The ovation that greeted her announcement showed near … Continue reading SVPHS’ First Student of the Month !