Simone Hamilton receives Mother Seton Award

St. Michael High School Home and School Association Selects Simone Hamilton as Recipient of the 2017 Mother Seton Award

The St. Michael High School Home and School Association has selected Simone Hamilton as its 2017 Mother Seton Award recipient.  The Mother Seton Award is presented annually by each school in the Diocese of Baton Rouge and is named for Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, who is known for establishing Catholic schools in the United States and her charitable deeds.  This award honors one individual with exemplary volunteer service and dedication to home, school, and church who emulates the qualities and service of Saint Elizabeth Anne Seton.

Simone’s volunteer work and service to St. Michael High School are outstanding.  She is devoted to make each event she is involved with a success with her wonderful attention to detail.  Simone is involved in preparing for our annual open house and school auction, and assists in a volunteer role with the dance team and baseball team.  She serves on the Home and School Association Board as treasurer, and is the senior class chair for the Warrior Fund for Excellence.  “Simone’s energy, positive attitude, and leadership contribute to the success and sense of community at St. Michael High School.  We are truly blessed to have Simone as part of the Warrior family,” commented St. Michael Home and School Association presidents Kris Hardee and Missy Woodard.

Simone is married to Randy and they have three children: Garrett (a 2015 St. Michael graduate), Olivia (a current senior at St. Michael) and Patrick (a current freshman at St. Michael).  Simone was honored at a special luncheon hosted by the Diocese of Baton Rouge on April 25 at Drusilla Place Catering.  Also recognized at the luncheon from our Warrior family were alums Dena Rispone Balart ’93, honored by St. George, and Jason McCann ’94, honored by Most Blessed Sacrament.