NEW LENOX (November 28, 2016) – Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School, is pleased to announce the school’s “Students of the Month” for November. “We are very proud of these students who were recognized for achievements and/or improvement in school courses as well as other school-related activities,” said Harper.
Every month, each academic department chairperson selects one student as its “Student of the Month” from a number of students nominated by faculty and staff. Students of the Month receive a certificate of recognition, have their photos displayed in Providence Catholic High School’s main hallway for the following month and are invited as a group to have lunch with the Principal and Assistant Principal, Mrs. Janlyn Auld.
The Providence Catholic Students of the Month for November are sitting left to right: Calista Muraskas ’19 of Manteno (Mathematics), Savannah Baker ’19 of Plainfield (Social Science & Business), Eva Perme ’20 of Homer Glen (Physical Education) and Abigail Schaefer ’18 of Mokena (Fine Arts). Standing left to right: Elise Persicketti ’19 of Manhattan (World Language), Ryan Casey ’17 of Frankfort (Technology), Gavin Jaime ’18 of Shorewood (Science), Jake Ternik ’19 of Shorewood (Administration), William Schuler ’17 of Joliet (English) and Chase McCool ’18 of Plainfield (Theology).
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