Congratulations to Cater Berquist & Dominic Briggs!
At Saint Francis High School, we are just as proud of our students’ accomplishments outside the classroom as their success on campus. Two of our young men received incredible honors during the Young Men’s Service League banquet this past weekend.
Dominic Briggs (Grade 10) was recognized for exceeding the number of service hours required by YMSL. Additionally, he was bestowed the Heart of YMSL Award, which is “given to the young man that demonstrates an outstanding commitment to the YSML Mission to assist, serve and support those in need in our community develop leadership skills among our membership and promote mother-son relationships.”
Cater Berquist (Grade 10) was also recognized for exceeding his service hours goal. So much so, he earned both the Top Dog Award and the Superior Service Award for achieving a whopping 108.75 service hours for the 2018 – 2019 school year.
We are beyond proud to know that our Saint Francis students are dedicated to serving their communities in such an amazing and steadfast manner. Please be sure to extend some well-earned KUDOS to these two young men when you see them in the hallways – or better yet, out in the community.
Congratulations, Cater and Dominic!