St. Francis departmental award winners announced

Published: Sunday, May 26, 2013 9:00 a.m. CDT

WHEATON – St. Francis High School has released its 2013 departmental honors awards, according to a May 21 press release. Megan Parisi of Winfied was named the Valedictorian, just like her father, James, 30 years earlier.

VALEDICTORIAN — Megan Parisi, Winfield             

BUSINESS — Elizabeth Bettag, Maple Park                             

GEORGE A. CRAVER TECHNOLOGY AWARD – Connor McLoud, Bartlett     

ENGLISH — Megan Parisi, Winfield

CREATIVE WRITING — Brett Jungles, Naperville                                              

FINE ARTS

• ART — Anna Morello, Aurora 

• BAND — Sadie Filipski, Wayne

• CHORUS — Alexander Napoli, Naperville

• THEATRE — Jack Keefer, Wayne                                                                                 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

• FRENCH — Hannah Gannon, Aurora   

• SPANISH — Annalyse Kohley, St. Charles

• CITIZEN OF THE WORLD AWARD For Achievement in World Language  -

Kaitlin Sledz, Wheaton

MATHEMATICS – Christopher Jon Humes II, Geneva  and Cody Jensen, Wheaton

ILLINOIS COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS AWARD – Daniel Matusiak, Winfield

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & HEALTH – McKenna Kelsay, Wheaton and Jack Keefer, Wayne

RELIGION – Mary Prebys, Naperville and John Lyons, Wheaton

SCIENCE – Annalyse Kohley, St. Charles and Mitchell Martin, Bloomingdale 

SOCIAL STUDIES HISTORY—Megan Moffit, Glen Ellyn

SOCIAL SCIENCES — Megan Parisi, Winfield                                                         

YEARBOOK — Miriam McKee, Naperville                                    

PASTORAL MINISTRY – Caroline French, Wheaton and Peter Quirk, Glen Ellyn

STUDENT GOVERNMENT — Sarah Huddleston, Glen Ellyn                        

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

• FEMALE – Alyssa Germanos, Wayne

• MALE –  Alexander Alcantara, Wheaton                                                                   

PRESIDENT'S AWARD – Sarah Huddleston, Glen Ellyn

PRINCIPAL’S AWARD – Caroline French, Wheaton

SPARTAN AWARD – Joshua Croci, Wheaton

SALUTATORIAN — Christopher Jon Humes II, Geneva

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