Noah Probst and Elizabeth Waldhoff have been named Students of the Month for November at Teutopolis High School
Two underclassmen are chosen every month to be recognized for their hard work and dedication both in and outside the classroom.
Noah is a sophomore who is strong academically. He holds a grade point average of 10.4 on a 12-point scale which makes for an A- average. This has put Noah on the High Honor Roll both semesters of his high school attendance.
Noah has been an active participant in cross country for two years and baseball for one year. He was voted “Rookie of the Year’ in cross country.
In his spare time, Noah enjoys hunting, basketball, being outdoors and working in the wood shop with his dad.
Noah’s future plans include attending a trade school, getting a job and having a family.
In response to “Who or what motivates you to succeed?” Noah said, “My family.”
Elizabeth is a sophomore who is active in Volunteens and In-Touch. She also actively helps the THS softball team as their manager.
Elizabeth takes her academics very seriously and is committed to making good grades. She has been awarded for her work ethic and determination as she received the Basic English Award and the General Science Award her freshman year.
Elizabeth enjoys camping in her free time. Her future plans include working with children.
When asked “What motivates you to do well?” she responded, “My parents because they work so hard with everything that they do. They always achieve their goals. This motivates me to do my very best.”