Res Students Receive the Sheriff's Youth Service Medal of Honor
On December 9, 2015 two Resurrection College Prep High School students received the Sheriff's Youth Service Medal of Honor Award. These two students were Natalia Bracamontes of the Class of 2016 and Alyssa Walsh of the Class of 2017. Both Natalia and Alyssa were nominated by Presence Resurrection Medical Center for this award. This prestigious award is presented by the Sheriff's office to high school students who provide meaningful volunteer service to their communities. Natalia was recognized for her contribution of 139 hours of volunteer service at Resurrection Medical Center and Alyssa was recognized for her contribution of 174 hours of service. Sheriff Thomas J. Dart presented the awards at the Ceremony recognizing Natalia, Alyssa and three other students from neighboring schools. Congratulations to:
It is an outstanding honor to be recognized for this award. All of us at Res are so proud of you!