Students of the Month Named for October

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Charlie Celtic, staff writer

NEW LENOX (November 16, 2021) – Dr. John Harper, Principal of Providence Catholic High School, is pleased to announce the school’s “Students of the Month” for October. “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 receive a special lunch.The Providence Catholic Students of the Month for October are:

Alberto Moreno (junior, Channahon, chosen for Theology)
“Alberto exhibits a genuine and sincere desire to learn! He prepares for class and contributes for class 100%+. He welcome suggestions from teachers, and has a continual positive outlook and zest for life. I admire his dedication to his Catholic History class.” Alberto is a graduate of Summit Hill Junior High.

Alex Lubinski (sophomore, Tinley Park, chosen for World Languages)
“Alex is ready to participate in class and is always available to help out another student if they need it. He also makes connections with Spanish beyond the classroom, which helps make him a strong writer, speaker, and reader in Spanish. ¡Que bueno, Alex!” Alex is a graduate of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic School.

Alexa Fitzgerald (senior, Channahon, chosen for English)
“Alexa is both a hard worker and strong student in English class. One of Alexa’s strengths is her genuine desire to learn and improve. Alexa is also kind and works well with her peers; she is truly a joy to have in the classroom!” Alexa is a graduate of Channahon Junior High.

Christopher Piazza (sophomore, Elwood, chosen for World Languages)
“Chris is an incredibly hard worker who is always willing to truly try, no matter how hard things get. He stays positive, has a great attitude, and helps contribute a lot to our class!” Christopher is a graduate of St. Joseph, Lockport.

Isabella Tellez (junior, Joliet, chosen for Fine Arts)
“Isabella is a positive presence in the Fine Arts Department, including Art class and Flag Corp. She is not only artistically talented, but willing to share her abilities whenever needed. Her help, enthusiasm for art and sincere kindness is an example of what Providence Catholic High School can offer students in the future.” Isabella is a graduate of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School.

Michael Panarici (senior, Frankfort, chosen for Social Sciences)
“Michael is very inquisitive and is not afraid to ask for help. He truly wants to learn and earn good grades. He is very motivated to do well in Psychology class.” Michael is a graduate of Noonan Academy.