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St. Joseph recognizes two seniors

Jack Briggler and Carolyn Woodson were presented with the Father Dellert Award.

St. Joseph School in Conway held its Junior/Senior Banquet on May 15 in the Spiritan Center. Many graduating seniors received a variety of college scholarships and academic awards from their high school teachers.

The Father Dellert Award is the highest honor a senior boy or girl can be given at our school. It’s named after Father Sylvester Dellert who was pastor of St. Joseph Church from 1955-69. It goes to the two seniors who best exemplify their school, community and faith.

Jack Briggler, a son of Mark and Michelle Briggler, was one of the recipients. He plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas in the fall and will enroll in the university’s pre-dentistry program. 

Carolyn Woodson was also given the Father Dellert Award. She’s a daughter of Tim and Cindy Woodson and will begin her college studies at Texas A&M University. She plans to major in kinesiology.