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12/3/2012 7:18:00 AM
La Salle-Peru High honors students of the month through Renaissance

NT Staff

Several La Salle-Peru Township High School students and their parents were recognized recently for being chosen students of the month through the Renaissance Program. One student from each department was nominated for November.

The students and their parents attended a breakfast where they were recognized and the students received a certificate and prize. The winners included: Steve Sabatini, Career Tech Ed; Diana Alvarado, social science; James Walter, art; Max Senica, business; Abby O’Malley, English; Ashley Forbes, math; Brianna Giczewski, Family and Consumer Sciences; Andrianna Pourchot, foreign language; Thomas Scholle, Health, Driver’s Ed, P.E. Dept.; Jacob Burch, science; Elizabeth Flores, music; Blake Rice, reading; and Skyler Entwistle, Student at Large.

Flores was the winner of the student of the month parking pass. Senica was chosen as the WAJK Student of the Month. The Elks Student of the Month was Jacob Burch. November’s breakfast was sponsored by Hometown National Bank, La Salle.
A faculty member and staff member of the month also were chosen. They were faculty member Alyssa Cherveny, Family and Consumer Science; and Amanda Hesterberg, guidance secretary.

The L-P Renaissance Program is designed to enhance the school by improving academic  performance, increasing student attendance, increasing graduation rates and decreasing student discipline issues through a positive safe school environment. “The program is built to empower students, educators and communities to work together to encourage and celebrate the achievements of students and staff,” according to L-P public relations.

* October winners included: Kaitlyn Siekierka, Career Tech Ed; Meranda Schulz, social science; Mekyla Gonzalez, art; Allison Korsan, business; Danqing Huang, English; Makayla Alderson, math; Michalah Mertel, Family and Consumer Sciences; Christian Bender, foreign language; Ethan Boyer, Health, Driver’s Ed, P.E. Dept.; Andrea Cross, science; Morgan Loger, music; Jocelyn Rimes, science; and Haley Booker, Student at Large. Booker was the winner of the student of the month parking pass. Korsan was chosen as WAJK Student of the Month. October’s Breakfast was sponsored by Bart Hartauer of Hartauer Insurance Agency, La Salle.
Faculty members Matt Makeever and Tyler Vanlandeghem were recognized for their Lunchbox Program; and Diane Bergagna, administrative assistant, also received a prize.

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