Award winners at PSC announced

While they’re now attending Ponoka Secondary campus, students who came from Diamond Willow Middle School attended an award ceremony

Awards Times - More than 90 per cent of the grade 6 to 8 students who attended Diamond Willow Middle School last year collected academic awards at a ceremony held at Ponoka Secondary Campus

While they’re now attending Ponoka Secondary campus, students who came from Diamond Willow Middle School attended an award ceremony on Oct. 7 for last year’s academic performance. More than 90 per cent of the students from the middle school received awards.

Grade 6 Gold medal recipients:

Alexi Buffalo

Jerilee Buffalo

Thomas Crawford

Ceanna Feldberg

Melanie Kebel

Chloe Labrie

Grace Sporea

Sara Zimmerman

Silver medal recipients:

Carissa Bleskie

Joel MacLeod

Sierra Manchini

Sydney Pylypow

Aidan Stiles

Kiana Weed

Ethan Verheire

Native Academic Achievement Award:

Alexi Buffalo

Highest average in four core subjects:

First – Thomas Crawford

Highest Academic Average (three-way tie):

Alexi Buffalo, Chloe Labrie and Thomas Crawford

Grade 7 Gold medal recipients:

Emma Bendra

Roslyn Gibson

Emily Rodriguez

Silver medal recipients:

Mikhel Bruneau

Tyson Cunnington

Jonathon DeLeavey

Owen Feragen

Randy Goldspink

Tyler Hosler

Travis Hyink

Tori McNalley

Kelsey Stretch

Native Academic Achievement Award:

Faith Saddleback

Highest average in four core subjects:

First – Owen Feragan

Highest Academic Average:

Owen Feragen

Grade 8 Gold medal recipients:

McKenna Christensen

Kros Van Dyck

Arrianna Gibson

Justin Hyink

Samantha Jones

Brynne Louis

Hannah Louis

Cassandra Moulton

Silver medal recipients:

Jesse Chick

Sabrina Foulkes

Hector Ibarra

Shawn Jones

Emily Mueller

Sarah Nicholson

Kristen Riguidel

Sarah Willier

Native Academic Achievement Award:

Brynne Louis

Highest average in four core subjects:

First – McKenna Christensen

Highest Academic Average:

McKenna Christensen

(Because there was an outstanding number of recipients, Ponoka News is running only a portion of the list of award winners. For a complete list , contact Ponoka Secondary Campus.)

 

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