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March Crusaders of the Month

Each month students are acknowledged for displaying one or more of the values of Scecina Memorial High School, vocation, servant leadership, stewardship, and excellence. These students are nominated by teachers and staff as the Crusaders of the Month. The March Crusaders of the Month are:

Andrew Tucker
Nomination: Guidance Department 
Values Displayed: Excellence, Vocation, Stewardship, Servant Leadership
Comments: 
Drew was awarded the Eli Lilly Endowment Scholarship, which was awarded to just nine Marion County students. He also earned a full-tuition scholarship from Butler University in March.



Audrey Maue
Nomination: Health and Physical Education
Values Displayed: Excellence, Vocation, Servant Leadership, Stewardship
Comments: Audrey consistently goes above and beyond what is expected from students in and out of the classroom and is a role model to her peers.

 

Jenna Nosek
Nomination: Foreign Language Department
Values Displayed: Vocation, Servant Leadership, Stewardship, Excellence 
Comments: 
Jenna is a well-rounded young lady who always makes the best example of herself to her peers and always is willing to help and provide for her peers in other Latin classes.

 

Jacqueline Kennedy
Nomination: 
Social Studies Department
Values Displayed: 
Vocation, Servant Leadership, Excellence, Stewardship
Comments
Jacqueline is academically disciplined and receives excellent grades, but more importantly she always tries to help others. It could be helping them in class, helping pick up their books, or just saying hello and giving them a smile. No matter what it is, Jacqueline is always looking to make everyone's day better and get the most out of each day. Students like Jacqueline make our community a better place.

Aylin Ramirez
Nomination: 
Music Department
Values Displayed: Stewardship and 
Excellence
Comments: 
Aylin does a great job in band and works hard every day! She is always motivated and impacts students around her. 

 

Xavier Williams
Nomination: Director of Community Engagement 
Values Displayed: Servant Leadership 
Comments: Xavier consistently steps up to help in many capacities. One example would be volunteering to change the sign outside for a staff member. He was the only student who came forward and spent his free time after school assisting someone else when he could have been hanging with friends. He is a generous young man who is always willing to help others. 

Holden Martin
Nomination: Math Department 
Values Displayed: Servant Leadership and excellence
Comments: Holden strives for excellence in his Algebra 2 Honors class. He has a wonderful sense of humor and can always be counted on to participate in class. He also works with a student in his class who is learning English. Holden helps him understand  hat is going on in class. 


 

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