names Virtue winners
Officials at Summit Academy recently released the winners of their fourth virtue campaign, each campaign challenging students to improve in a particular virtue chosen during that period, and modeled after a saint who exemplifies the virtue. The virtue chosen for this campaign was Respect, and the saint was St. Iranaeus, a 3rd century bishop in Lyons who labored unceasingly despite persecution in Asia Minor, assisting the people there and speaking their own language.
Chosen by faculty and peers in some cases were the following: Senior Lynn Rehder, junior Kim Frei, sophomores Jenn Wemhoff and Margaret Yalbuw, freshman Jamie Chmelik, 8th grade Rachel Unlenkott, 7th grade
David Knappert,. 6th grade Sarah Chmelik, 5th grade Rosie Trautman,
4th grade Thomas Schwartz, 3rd grade Lucas Wemhoff, 2nd grade
Angie Wemhoff, 1 st grade Ellen Knappert, and kindergarten David Wassmuth.
Concluding this campaign, Summit students were next given the task of improving themselves in the area of responsibility with St. Don Bosco, famous saint and instructor, and founder of homes for boys who also started the Salesian Order of teaching priests.
Summit students to present play
Summit Academy is presenting the play “The Pony Espresso” by Rachel Davidson on March 13-15 at the Summit Academy Gym.
Performances are set for 7 p.m. each night with a 2 p.m. matinee as well on Saturday, March 15.
Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students in grades K-12 or $20 for a family pass.
For more information call Summit Academy at 962-5650.