Big Valley School honours students for 2011-12 efforts

Big Valley School held its awards recognition night to honour students for achievements during the 2011-12 school year.

Big Valley School held its awards recognition night to honour students for achievements during the 2011-12 school year.

The award-recipients, by category, were:

BEST ATTENDANCE — Grade 4: Zachary Duncan; Grade 5: Shaylyn McNeill; Grade 6: Tianna Kirtley; Grade 7: Brock Hermus; Grade 8: Ryland Stefanik and Janessa Wittenberg.

PENMANSHIP — Grade 4: Zachary Duncan; Grade 5: Jessie Armstrong; Grade 6: Tianna Kirtley; Grade 7: Hayley McNeill; Grade 8: Kyle Lawrence.

MOST IMPROVED STUDENTS — Grade 4: Kyler Kaiser; Grade 5: Shaylyn McNeill; Grade 6: Anna Lauweryssen; Grade 7: James Nyuli; Grade 8: Kyle Lawrence; Grade 9: Dillon Kirtley.

UPPER ELEMENTARY HONOURS — Grade 4: Ainsleigh Lucki, Cole Warren, Daniel Brown, Hannah Elines, Indiana Soboleski, Katherine Stillinger, Nicole Zoller, Zachary Duncan; Grade 5: Abigail Webster, Jessie Armstrong, Hayden Warren; Grade 6: Emily Brown, Raina Thomson, Tianna Kirtley.

TOP GRADES 4 TO 6 STUDENTS — Grade 4: Zachary Duncan; Grade 5: Jessie Armstrong; Grade 6: Raina Thomson.

JUNIOR HIGH HONOURS — Grade 7: Brock Hermus; Grade 8: Brendan Bardwell, Kyle Lawrence, Russel Steen, Ryland Stefanik.

TOP GRADES 7 TO 9 STUDENTS — Grade 7: Brock Hermus; Grade 8: Ryland Stefanik; Grade 9: Loshawna Annabel.

OUTSTANDING LANGUAGE ARTS ACHIEVERS — Grade 4: Katherine Stillinger; Grade 5: Jessie Armstrong; Grade 6: Raina Thomson; Grade 7: Courtlyn Bardwell; Grade 8: Ryland Stefanik; Grade 9: Loshawna Annabel.

TOP MATH STUDENTS — Grade 4: Zachary Duncan; Grade 5: Jessie Armstrong; Grade 6: Raina Thomson; Grade 7: Brock Hermus; Grade 8: Ryland Stefanik; Grade 9: Dillon Kirtley.

TOP SCIENCE STUDENTS — Grade 4: Katherine Stillinger/Zachary Duncan; Grade 5: Jessie Armstrong; Grade 6: Emily Brown; Grade 7: Brock Hermus; Grade 8: Ryland Stefanik; Grade 9: Loshawna Annable.

TOP SOCIAL STUDIES STUDENTS — Grade 4: Daniel Brown; Grade 5: Jessie Armstrong; Grade 6: Raina Thomson; Grade 7: Brock Hermus; Grade 8: Ryland Stefanik; Grade 9: Loshawna Annable.

ART AWARDS — Grade 4: Indiana Soboleski; Grade 5: Hayden Warren; Grade 6: Tianna Kirtley; Grade 7: Hayley McNeill; Grade 8: Brendan Bardwell; Grade 9: Janessa Wittenberg.

COLIN CASSIDY MEMORIAL CITIZENSHIP AWARDS — Grade 4: Ainsleigh Lucki; Grade 5: Shaylyn McNeill; Grade 6: Tianna Kirtley; Grade 7: Shaye Skelton; Grade 8: Makayla Enns; Grade 9: Janessa Wittenberg.

OUTSTANDING CITIZENSHIP AWARD (Colin Cassidy Memorial Award) — Janessa Wittenberg.

TOP CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY STUDIES (Colin Cassidy Memorial Award) — Grade 7: James Nyuli; Grade 8: Kyle Lawrence; Grade 9: Janessa Wittenberg.

TOP HOCKEY ACADEMY STUDENTS — Grade 7: Luke Skocdopole; Grade 8: Brendan Bardwell.

MOST IMPROVED HOCKEY ACADEMY STUDENTS — Male: Kaiden Chapman; Female: Emily Brown.

MOST IMPROVED JUNIOR HIGH ATHLETES — Female: Courtlyn Bardwell; Male – Brock Hermus.

TOP JUNIOR HIGH ATHLETES — Female: Jen Hallett; Male: Dillon Kirtley.

Big Valley Elks Bursary Award — Dylan Muhlbach and Brooke Skocdopole.

Royal Purple Bursary Award, and David & Iva Johnston Memorial Award — Brooke Skocdopole.

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