Q & A!
Q: How many years have you been a Saint Philip student?
Q: If a classmate or teacher were to describe you to someone, what do you think they would say?
A: Avery is a kind, loyal friend that always tries her best. She is really good at sports and very athletic. She gets good grades and is friendly to everyone.
Q: If you could take over anyone’s job at SPS, whose would it be and why?
A: I would love to take over Mrs. Daigle’s job. She gets to greet everyone who comes into the school and she is very friendly to everyone. Also, being a secretary requires organizational skills and I like to organize!
Q: Any memorable quote, saying, phrase or greeting from a past or present SPS teacher, administrator or staff member?
A: “Chatty Kathy” – Mrs. Dickinson and “Children, play nicely.” – Mrs. Venter
Q: What is your favorite SPS memory?
A: When we had pet fish and chicks in 2nd grade with Mrs. Pierpaoli.
Q: Imagine that upon graduation, you will be granted one superpower for the next four years of high school…what would it be?
A: Read minds…so that I could see why people do or do not like me! Also I would be able to see answers to tests in other students’ brains and the teacher’s brain.
Q: If you had to be stranded on a deserted island for the next four years, but all human needs-such as food and water-were taken care of, what two things would you want to have with you?
A: An airplane fully fueled to get home and a Bible to read for the ride home.
Q: What is the most purposeful ‘Cardinal Lesson’ you have learned over the years?
A: To always teach the truth, build community, and inspire service. To always turn to God in times of hardship.
Q: Who have been the three most influential people in your life thus far?
A: Hannah, Olivia, and my hockey coaches.
Q: Talk about how your time as a Cardinal has impacted your faith walk.
A: I have learned about all the different virtues and how we can put them into action in our daily lives.