Bishop of the Month

Teachers are asked to nominate a student who has gone above and beyond the call of duty whether it be in the classroom or beyond. A student becomes nominated by the teacher who writes a description of what wonderful things the student has done without revealing the name. One student is chosen from each grade level, during the monthly All-School Mass the Bishop of the Month is announced. The winner receives a pizza lunch from Orlando’s and a tag day!

October Bishop of the Month

Our freshman winner is being recognized for his positive attitude, hard work and dedication. He is described as caring, thoughtful and polite to those he encounters. He is Cole Miller.

Our sophomore Bishop of the month always has a smile on her face. Her selfless attitude, kindness and high achievement are what has set her apart from others and makes her deserving of this award.  She is Adaire Tarrant.

This junior girl is a friend to everyone.  Her faith is an integral part of who she is and that is demonstrated in her care and concern for others.  We are so glad that she returned to BE after being away for a year. She is Gemmie Hanley.

Our senior Bishop of the Month is described as kind, thoughtful of others, and respected by his peers.  He goes out of his way to help his teammates in any capacity.  He was selected as captain of the swim team because he is a leader and role model.  He is Griffin Murphy.

October Faculty Bishop of the Month

This month’s faculty Bishop of the Month can best be described as faithful, reliable, professional, caring, kind, and compassionate. This person routinely goes above and beyond the call of duty in the role as teacher here at BE. This person seeks out opportunities to help others, whether it’s another teacher or a student or someone within the greater community. This person’s faith is truly the guiding force in life and strives to live life in imitation of Christ’s. And it’s the small things as well as the big things – this teacher always volunteers to cover a homeroom when we have traffic issues, gladly covers classes for co-workers when they have to be out and looks for creative ways to positively impact the students in her classes. She truly cares about her students and she makes sure that they know that. She embodies the model of servant leadership and encourages others to do the same.  She finds original ways to encourage and promote healthy living and a positive mental attitude. And most recently, she initiated one of our newest and most successful programs here at BE – the addition of our very own mental health therapy dog, Moses, who now lives with our Bishop of the Month and her family – please join me in congratulating and thanking our October Faculty Bishop of the Month, Janel Swanson.

 

September Bishop of the Month

The freshman Bishop of the Month has stood out from the beginning.  His teachers describe him as respectful and funny. He is engaged in class discussions and is always eager to learn and help others. He is Luke Walmet.

The sophomore Bishop of the Month has a heart for everyone. She is caring, compassionate, and welcoming.  Her positivity is contagious and she makes HR 113 an even better HR. She is Marjorie Neeley.

The junior Bishop of the Month is a guy whose devotion to his faith impresses many. He is active on retreat team and pours his heart and energy into it.  His acts of kindness towards other students do not go unnoticed.  He is Thomas Regan.

This senior is being recognized for her dedication in the classroom, to her volunteer work and to the 3 sports in which she participates. She motivates and supports her teammates and excels in her honors classes. She is Patricia George.