Erskine awards night made many happy

Erskine School annual awards celebration was held last Thursday night in the Erskine gym. Many Junior high students went home with awards.

The top academic awards went to

Gr. 5 Mackenzie Sorensen,

Gr. 6 Andrew Bauman,

Gr. 7 Tara Schmidt,

Gr. 8 Riley Anderson,

Gr. 9 Matt Faltin.

Clearview Honor Awards

Gr. 5 Victoria Hodgson, Clayton Page, Mackenzie Sorensen

Gr. 6 Courtney Andres, Carly Bignell, Andrew Bauman

Gr. 7 Jessie Anderson, Carly Armstrong, Ryan Coleman, Amanda Gardner, Cayla Heintz, Brandon Marshall, Tara Schmidt

Gr. 8 Riley Anderson, Jaide Cassidy, Hayley Fisher, Tara Kruk, Shayla Neitz, Ty Page, Coralie Volker

Gr. 9 Matt Faltin, Monica Gendre, Eric George, Caitlyn McKay, Cody Mills, Kylie Neitz, Matt Tokarchik

IODE Awards Final Exam Distinction

Top Final Mark in any exam

Gr. 7 Tara Schmidt

Gr. 8 Riley Anderson

Gr. 9 Matt Faltin

TIMMS Award

Sponsored by IOOF of Erskine

Top Grade 9 average

Matt Faltin

Erskine School Parent Council

Improvement Awards

Gr. 5 Ben Bauman

Gr. 6 Courtney Andres

Gr. 7 Cole Nixon

Gr. 8 Austin Marlow

Gr. 9 Eric George

Erskine Rec. Board Athletics Award

For improvement and dedication in Phys. Ed.

Gr. 5 Clayton Page Brooklyn Peterson

Gr. 6 Sean McNeill Carlie Gendre

Gr. 7 Austin Peterson Amanda Gardner

Gr. 8 Mike Lalonde Jaide Cassidy

Gr. 9 Matt Faltin Caitlyn McKay

Happy Birthday to Kylie Neitz Oct. 21, and Sara Munden Oct. 22.

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