St. Patrick School Celebrates National Student Leadership WeekApril 16, 2021
For the first time, St. Patrick High School will participate in National Student Leadership Week. NSLW is an annual theme-based week dedicated to recognizing and supporting the vital role of student leaders. Since its origin stemming from a U.S. Presidential proclamation in 1972, NSLW has been a national celebration of students sponsored by National Honor […]
For the first time, St. Patrick High School will participate in National Student Leadership Week. NSLW is an annual theme-based week dedicated to recognizing and supporting the vital role of student leaders. Since its origin stemming from a U.S. Presidential proclamation in 1972, NSLW has been a national celebration of students sponsored by National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, and National Student Council.
This year, like no other, we have relied on our student leaders. Since August, our staff has committed to having as normal of a school year as possible for the health and well-being of our students. This year, suggestions from our students have made it possible for us to accomplish this.
Each day of the week of April 18, St. Patrick School will recognize the contributions our student leaders make in our school community. Each day this week will feature a different group of student leaders.
On Monday, we will recognize our freshman class officers, led by president Izzy Kissane, vice-president Rylee Scheurer, secretary Hannah Weller, and treasurer Tori Sandborn who all do an awesome job leading the class of 2024.
On Tuesday, we will recognize our sophomore class officers who are ably led by president Will Chislea, vice-president Samantha Smith, secretary Natalee Teachworth, and treasurer Hayley Fleischer.
On Wednesday, we will recognize the class of 2022 who looks to president Carly Scheurer, vice-president Jamelyn Forist, secretary Sarah Davlin, and treasurer Isabella Myers for leadership. Thank you to the Junior officers for all you do to make the junior class and our school a better place!
On Thursday, we recognize our senior class officers who have done an amazing job of coming up with and suggesting many new ideas to make the current school year great! They are president Marlie Bengel, vice-president Aurora Beckhold, secretary Amy Shaw, and treasurer Brice Cook. They have set a really high bar when it comes to demonstrating true student leadership. The class of 2021 and our school is grateful for their servant leadership!
On Friday, we recognize the St. Pat’s chapter of the National Honor Society leadership which is in the capable hands of president Marian Pearson, vice-president Avery Zimmerman, secretary Marlie Bengel, and treasurer Hailee Lay. Thank you for all you do to lead our NHS chapter as we grow in Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
One of the things that truly makes our school a great place is that we value the input and feedback of all of our students. The leadership of our senior class as well as leaders from other classes are instrumental in helping us ensure that the health and well being of our students is always at the forefront of our decision making. Even though we have faced the challenge of a global pandemic through this entire school year, student morale has been at an all time high thanks to the great student leaders who help guide our school.