2017 March Student of the Month

Andrew Haberer is the O.H.S. student of the month for March.  Andrew is the son of Jim and Melissa Haberer and the brother to Owen and Ethan.
Andrew has been heavily involved in a wide range of activities at Ogden and is a valued member to both the Fine Art and Athletic Departments.  Andrew has been involved in Pep Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Marching Band and Pit Band for Musicals and Show Choir throughout his high school career.  Andrew was given the opportunity to start Marching band as an 8th graders and has excelled at it since.  One of the biggest honors Andrew received is the Director's Award that was presented to him in 2016.   
In athletics, Andrew was a 4-year participant in Basketball, Football, and Track and Field.  Along with being a valued member of these teams, Andrew was also a captain for his Basketball and Football teams.  Andrew had great success on the football field earning All-District Honors his Junior and Senior years.  Andrew was also Academic All-District and part of the Academic All-District Team in 2015.
Outside of school Andrew is just as busy.  Andrew is an active participant in church and has been on three mission trips to Mississippi and Colorado.  Andrew has also participated in Relay For Life and has been involved in the Eagle Lake Crew at United Methodist for three years.  Andrew volunteers, and is a great role model, for Ogden’s youth during football, soccer, and basketball seasons.
Andrew is a member of St. John’s Catholic Church in Ogden.  Andrew participates in the youth ministries at both St. John’s and the Bulldog Builders Youth Group for Community United Methodist Church.  Andrew has also been involved with Chrysalis and has completed three flights and will complete his fourth flight this year.  Andrew has been involved with National Honor Society, been a mainstay on the honor roll and continues to push himself by being part of the ELP program at Ogden. Yet another honor that Andrew was given, was being chosen as the Homecoming King this past fall.  
Although Andrew hasn’t fully decided on where he will pursue his 4-year degree, he has decided to pursue a degree involving medicine, physical therapy, or pharmacy.  These options shouldn’t surprise anyone that has been around Andrew, as each of those options include helping others.  Andrew is a kind hearted young men that has such a bright future.  Ogden was fortunate to have Andrew with us all these years and we look forward to watching his successes in the future.       
Congratulations Andrew!