St. Paul names students of month

Jessica Storer Jessica is the daughter of Hugh and Theresa Storer.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

Jessica Storer

Jessica is the daughter of Hugh and Theresa Storer.

Jessica's activities, honors and achievements include: National Honor Society, Make A Difference Day, Heartland Gathering, Youth Group, Fire 04 and 05, Autistic Spectrum Kids Program, Key Club, Jazz and Pep Band, spring musical, academic letter, swim team, and cross country.

Coty Weimer

Coty is the daughter of Kim Lang.

Coty's activities, honors and achievements include: National Honor Society, EHOVE's Technical Honor Society, VICA-EHOVE, Skills USA, class representative, folk group, Fire 04, volleyball, and cross country.

Courtney Weisenberger

Courtney is the daughter of David and Amy Weisenberger.

Courtney's activities, honors and achievements include: National Honor Society, student council, Make A Difference Day, Key Club, Pep Club, prom committee, junior homecoming attendant, freshmen retreat team, volleyball, basketball, track, and golf.

Robert Whitehurst

Robert is the son of Grace Whitehurst and Scott Whitehurst.

Robert's activities, honors and achievements include: National Honor Society, Retreat Teams, Make A Difference Day, class officer, student council, Key Club, Coming Home Court, football, football captain, basketball, track, Flyer Award in track.

St. Paul grad's son excels in California

The son of Nancy Hillman Lewis, a 1972 St. Paul High School graduate, was part of a high school business team that placed eighth internationally in a competition recently.

Patrick Lewis, a senior at Stockdale High School in Bakersfield, Calif., represented his school at the International Virtual Enterprise Business Competition in New York City during the week of March 26 through 31.

His team of four students finished eighth internationally for the business plan of their virtual company, Metro Realty and Management.

He will be attending Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kan., next year, majoring in business administration while throwing hammer for the Gorillas' track and field team.

Patrick is the grandson of Mary Hillman.

NCS students do well at science fair

Norwalk Catholic School Junior High students were extremely successful at this year's regional Science Fair competition held at Heidelberg College. Eleven students were invited back to Heidelberg College for Scholarship Day. They were Patrick Kaple, Justin Stoll, Alex Rospert, Allyson Lippert, Deanna Bradt, Trevor Young, Kirsten Bundschuh, Andrew Dow, Brad Metcalfe, Lexi Hipp and Shawn Dankelson.

These students excelled again on scholarship day taking home the top prize awarded, three additional superior ratings, two of which received $50 savings bonds, and seven excellent ratings. "The accomplishments of these students are amazing. The quality of their projects was outstanding", said Susan Hershiser, science teacher.

Brad Metcalfe, eighth-grade student, won the George and Evelyn Cranch Scholarship to any college in the United States. This $800 scholarship is awarded to a student earning a superior at scholarship day who plans to pursue and dedicate themselves to engineering. Metcalfe's science fair project was titled "Snow Trap." Metcalfe said.

"I found that Heidelberg was a very exhilarating and challenging experience. Science fair opens your mind to explore so many new possibilities. You are surrounded by intelligent people." This was the second year Brad was invited to scholarship day at Heidelberg College.

Lexi Hipp and Kirsten Bundschuh also received superior ratings for their projects and each was awarded a $50 savings bond. The fourth superior rating was given to Alex Rospert. Norwalk Catholic School seventh-grade students Shawn Dankelson, Allyson Lippert, Patrick Kaple and Andrew Dow and eighth-graders, Justin Stoll, Trevor Young and Deanna Bradt received excellent ratings.