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October Leaders honored

 Each month, 12 students are named Scholars or Leaders. This month, students from each grade in the Houses of Courage, Faith, and Humility received the recognition for the work they do in their House.

The October Student Leaders are:

Courage: freshman Maddie Beeler, sophomore Abby Shavers, junior Victor Beeler, and senior Shelby Wright
Faith: freshman Bailey Heavrin, sophomore Sarah Boehm, junior Nicholas Hooper, and senior Andrew Henderson
Humility:  freshman Ella Unruh, sophomore Akhil Long, junior Sophia Hottois, and senior Lauren Stapp

Read the Q&A:

Shelby Wright, senior, House of Courage Senior Executive Delegate, third year House leader, Softball, Quick Recall, Math Team.

Question: What skills/gifts/talents do you contribute to your House
Answer: As a leader I am most focused on listening to the thoughts and ideas of the people in my house.

Q: What do you like about being a House leader?
A: I love being a House leader because I get to make people’s ideas a reality.

Q. What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: My favorite service experience was when each House did the Angel Trees. It was fun shopping for the kids with the people in my House, especially knowing that it was going to such a good cause.

Q: What has been your favorite House activity?
A: My favorite House activity was the tailgate we had before Guerin Day. I loved seeing the enthusiasm my House had.

Victor Beeler, junior, House of Courage Junior Executive Delegate, Fall Show, Providence Singers.

Question: How would you describe your leadership style?
Answer: My leadership style is mainly to take charge and to get things done as smoothly and as quickly as possible.

Q: What do you like about being a House leader?
A: I like being a House leader because it means that I can bring ideas to the table and get to see some of them planned out and put into action.

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: I remember one year we made cards for our middle school teachers, and it was really fun and creative and had a great time doing it.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: The thing I enjoy most about our House is the fun that we have in all of our meetings.

Q: What has been your favorite House activity?
A: Definitely Guerin Day!

Abby Shavers, sophomore, House of Courage Sophomore Delegate, Girls Golf, Math Team

Question: What do you like about being a House leader?
Answer: I like that I get more of a say in the events that we host as a House.

Q: What House activity have you helped plan?
A: I helped to plan our Coat Drive and Guerin Day breakfast.

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: I enjoyed the Penny War last year.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: I like that my House has a lot of spirit.

Maddie Beeler, freshman, House of Courage Freshman Delegate, Volleyball, theatre.

Question: What do you like about being a leader?
Answer: I enjoy being a leader and getting to be on the inside of things. I have filled my position with responsibility, respect and positivity.

Q: What House activity have you helped plan?
A: I helped plan a breakfast we did before our Guerin Day, and I enjoyed talking with the people in my House (during the breakfast).

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: My favorite service project was when I went to St Elizabeth Catholic Charities and helped clean their yards.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: My favorite thing about my house is the people in it.

Lauren Stapp, senior, House of Humility Senior Executive Delegate, former Junior Executive Delegate, Swim (4th year and team captain)

Question: What skills, gifts, or talents do you contribute to your House?
Answer: I’m very organized and creative, so that’s something that I’ve been able to bring to my House. I enjoy planning events for my House.

Q: What do you like about being a House leader or a leader in general?
A: I like being able to share my ideas, make decisions, and see results. It’s nice to know that my role was important and that it meant something.

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: I helped with Empty Bowls my freshman year. I really enjoyed this event because I was able to help with setup and with running the event. I liked how all the bowls sold were made by students at PHS and the event benefited the community because the money was donated.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: My favorite thing about my House is the unity between the students and the teachers/faculty.

Sophia Hottois, junior, House of Humility Junior Events Coordinator, Freshman and Sophomore Executive Delegate, Student Ambassadors, Volleyball, Pro-life Club, Pinterest Club, Spanish Club

Question: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
Answer: My favorite service experience at Providence is definitely the Angel Tree project. I love the fact that we can give so many people the opportunity to have a great Christmas and put a smile on their faces. I also love to shop, especially for little kids since they have the cutest clothes.

Q: What has been your favorite House activity?
A: My favorite House activity is Guerin Day. I love participating in certain activities, running around to watch different events, cheering on my friends and House members, and the competitive atmosphere. Also, I think it’s interesting that even though each House is divided throughout different activities, they have to work together in order to be successful.

Q: What do you like about being a House leader?
A: To me, a leader is someone who is constantly aware of the people around them and helps their peers grow in some sort of way. Leaders become better by rising up the people around them. Out of all the characteristics of a leader, being able to help others is my favorite. I love helping people, and I love the way it makes me feel.

Q: How would you describe your leadership style?
A: I would say that I try my best to include everyone and be as honest and approachable as possible. I’m also rather loud, especially when I laugh, which causes me to catch other people’s attention, even when I’m trying not to. I let people know that they can talk to me about anything, and I will help them in whatever way they need me too. However, I still want to complete tasks as efficiently as possible, so, when necessary, I’ll be assertive as well. Living in a positive atmosphere is super important to me, and I like to bring that kind of energy to those around me

Akhil Long, sophomore, House of Humility, Cross Country

Question: What do you like about being a leader?
Answer: I like helping people grow in different ways.

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: I helped out at a fellow Scout’s Eagle project.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: My friends and the adults who help out.

Q: What has been your favorite House activity?
A: The House Mass honoring Brandon Tevis (House of Humility, Class of 2016) because it helped carry on his memory.

Ella Unruh, freshman, House of Humility Freshman Delegate, Children’s Show, singer in a local band

Question: How would you describe your leadership style ?
Answer: My leadership style is to be able to speak up and make decisions but also hear out and follow through with the needs of others. I’m more of a creative person, so when coming up with ideas I tend to think outside the box.

Q: What do you like about being a House leader?
A: I like being a House leader because my voice and the voice of others around me can be heard more loudly and be carried out. And a leader in general, I like being able to be in control of my choices and to be an outgoing and helpful person. I feel like when you are a leader, others around you tend to mock your decisions and attitude so I like to set a good example (I try my best).

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: My favorite thing about my House is the House spirit and feeling like you’re on a team and in it together, that we are able to accomplish things and bring joy to others through service.

Andrew Henderson, senior, House of Faith Senior Executive Delegate, former Sophomore Delegate, former Junior Executive Delegate, Football, Boys Golf

Question: What activities are your House planning for this semester?
Answer: One activity that the House of Faith led was the tailgate before the Providence vs. Silver Creek Football game. This was a great social event that allowed students time to get together and meet new people before the game.

Q: How would you describe your leadership style?
A: I like to lead by setting a good example for others to follow. I can be a vocal leader when needed but like to let my actions serve as a model for others.

Q: What do you like about being a House leader?
A: I enjoy getting to know and being able to help guide the younger students in my House. The House system allows upperclassmen the opportunity to make the transition for underclassmen easier.

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS and why?
A: The Penny War is a fun way the entire school gets involved in raising money for a good cause.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: I enjoy the family-type atmosphere of our House and getting to know other students who would not normally be in my “circle” of friends.

Nicholas Hooper, junior, House of Faith junior Executive Delegate, former co-sophomore executive delegate, Baseball

Question: How would you describe your leadership style?
Answer: I feel like my style of leadership is through example. I always make sure to carry myself respectfully and with a purpose because you never know who may be watching.

Q: What is your favorite service experience you’ve done while at PHS?
A: My favorite service project that I took part in was the Christmas Angel Tree project. It was very rewarding to see so many people gather together to help out families who needed a little extra help that Christmas.

Q: What do you like about being a leader?
A: I like being in positions of leadership because I feel that it gives me an outlet to share my experiences and ideas. Also, I thoroughly enjoy seeing my ideas, or the ideas of my group, take root and make a positive difference in the lives of people around us. I feel proud that I can artistically represent my House and do my part to improve the quality of our projects.

Sarah Boehm, sophomore, House of Faith Sophomore Delegate, Children’s Show, Providence Singers, Spring Musical, Track, Cross Country, Swim.

Question: What do you like about being a House leader?
Answer: I like being a house leader because I like planning activities.

Q: What House activity have you helped plan?
A: I helped to plan a tailgate before the Silver Creek Football game, and I enjoyed planning it because I like planning events.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your House?
A: My favorite thing about my House is the people who are in it.

Q: What has been your favorite House activity?
A: My favorite house activity is just Guerin Day.

Bailey Heavrin, freshman, House of Faith Freshman Delegate, theatre, Providence Singers.

Question: What do you like about being a House leader?
Answer: My favorite part is planning fun events.

Q: What do you like about being a leader in general?
A: I like having my voice heard in this position and I can speak for those who don’t.

Q: What has been your favorite House activity?
A: One event we have had was the tailgate. The best part is watching everyone have a good time with their friends.

Q: What do you enjoy about your House leadership role?
A: The best part of of holding this position is being able to connect with new people.

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