Sunday November 23, 2014

St. Paul's School student awards


Jordan Holinaty receives the Student of the Year Award.

 - Emma Pindus accepts her Adademic Proficiency Award. -

Emma Pindus accepts her Adademic Proficiency Award.

Congratulations to St. Paul’s Students on a successful year. Our Year-end Mass and Academic Awards were held on Tuesday, June 24th. Our many thanks to Father Francis, of St. Gerard’s Church for leading us in prayer. The following students were recognized for their academic achievements:

Grade 6 Scholastic Achievement Certificates: Brady Blazeiko, Raya Cuthill, Joshua Kidd, Jessica Laube, Drake Myrowich, Logan Rohatensky, Paige Shirtliffe.

Grade 6 Scholastic Distinction Certificates: Leah Jones, Meagan Klingspon, Jada Maduck, Daniel Oludaisi, Jessica Orsini, Tea Rohatensky, Jillianne Sutian.

Grade 7 Scholastic Achievement Certificates: Spencer Furber, Destiny McCormick, Kailee Popowich, Madison Stacheruk, Dylan Stark, Taylor Stark.

Grade 7 Scholastic Distinction Certificates: Kaitlyn Ivanochko, Emileigh McClenaghan, Kayleigh Payne, Lena Payne.

Grade 8 Scholastic Achievement Certificates: Charis Adefolarin, Sarah Campbell-McFadden, Ally Clarkson, Ethan Danchilla, Mackenzie Dull, Shaylene Froese, Jordan Holinaty, Emma Holowatuik, Travis Klingspon, Sydney Leik, Treasure Oludaisi, Zackary Shearer, Nicholas Sherman, Luke Shivak, Hannah Wyatt.

Grade 8 Scholastic Distinction Certificates: Michael Coleridge, Emma Jones, Emma Pindus, Jacob Pindus.

Grade 8 Awards: Student of the Year Award: Jordan Holinaty; Academic Proficiency Award: Emma Pindus; Golden Rule Award:  Tavis Varga; Female Athlete of the Year: Emma Pindus; Male Athlete of the Year: Michael Coleridge.



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