16 Apr 2019

Student Leaders Honored At Convocation

Student leaders were honored at the Leadership Convocation Monday, April 15, 2019. Catholic High senior Mack Kemper, president of Bruin Broadcast Network, led the opening prayer.

CHS faculty members Charles Jumonville and Scott Manning introduced club officers and their moderators who presented the officers with certificates and pins. Nancy Herin, Activities Director presented certificates to district, regional and state officers, and the Student Council officers for 2018-2019. Also honored were members of the Honor Band, Honor Choir, Congressional App Challenge, Louisiana High School Technology Challenge, and District Rally winners.

CHS Principal Lisa Harvey and Dr. Tom Eldringhoff, Assistant Principal for Discipline, presented several special awards. Daniel Barfield was selected for the Woodmen of the World, an award that honors the highest performing junior in the Social Studies department.  The Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award was awarded to Gregory Juge by the Science department. Thomas Hertel was selected by the Math and Science departments to receive the Rensselaer Medalist Award. The English department awarded the Tulane Book Award to Stewart Roeling.

Each year, the Baton Rouge State Fair Foundation presents an award and scholarship to an outstanding student volunteer. The CHS recipient this year was George Dial.

Matthew deGraauw and Charles Walker were awarded Barefoot Pedals Foundation Scholarships. This award recognizes a CHS Band member and CHS Student Minister in honor of Jeff Nola ’94, a former CHS faculty member who lost his courageous battle with cancer in 2011. Jeff’s father, Mike Nola ’62, and Foundation President, Andrew Brown ’94, presented the scholarships with Mrs. Harvey.

Senior Garrett Tassin was awarded the Knights of Columbus Patriotic Award for his respect for God and country.

Daniel Woodruff, co-president of Bears against Destructive Decisions, led the closing prayer.

Catholic High thanks our student leaders and their families for their service to our school and community.

Student leaders were honored at the Leadership Convocation Monday, April 15, 2019. Catholic High senior Mack Kemper, president of Bruin Broadcast Network, led the opening prayer.

CHS faculty members Charles Jumonville and Scott Manning introduced club officers and their moderators who presented the officers with certificates and pins. Nancy Herin, Activities Director presented certificates to district, regional and state officers, and the Student Council officers for 2018-2019. Also honored were members of the Honor Band, Honor Choir, Congressional App Challenge, Louisiana High School Technology Challenge, and District Rally winners.

CHS Principal Lisa Harvey and Dr. Tom Eldringhoff, Assistant Principal for Discipline, presented several special awards. Daniel Barfield was selected for the Woodmen of the World, an award that honors the highest performing junior in the Social Studies department.  The Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award was awarded to Gregory Juge by the Science department. Thomas Hertel was selected by the Math and Science departments to receive the Rensselaer Medalist Award. The English department awarded the Tulane Book Award to Stewart Roeling.

Each year, the Baton Rouge State Fair Foundation presents an award and scholarship to an outstanding student volunteer. The CHS recipient this year was George Dial.

Matthew deGraauw and Charles Walker were awarded Barefoot Pedals Foundation Scholarships. This award recognizes a CHS Band member and CHS Student Minister in honor of Jeff Nola ’94, a former CHS faculty member who lost his courageous battle with cancer in 2011. Jeff’s father, Mike Nola ’62, and Foundation President, Andrew Brown ’94, presented the scholarships with Mrs. Harvey.

Senior Garrett Tassin was awarded the Knights of Columbus Patriotic Award for his respect for God and country.

Daniel Woodruff, co-president of Bears against Destructive Decisions, led the closing prayer.

Catholic High thanks our student leaders and their families for their service to our school and community.