Erskine salutes students for stellar efforts

At an awards ceremony this month, Erskine School honoured its students for their academic and athletic achievements

Grade 8 honours: In the back row are Shane Bernard

At an awards ceremony this month, Erskine School honoured its students for their academic and athletic achievements during the 2011-12 school year.

ATA top academic awards — Grade 5: Baileigh Sorensen; Grade 6: Kelsey Heintz; Grade 7: Mackenzie Heintz; Grade 8: Mackenzie Sorensen; Grade 9: Alicia Nibourg.

Clearview honour awards

Grade 5: Garnet Barclay, Justin Matchett, Meghan Matchett, Declan McCord, Carson Neitz, Kelly Page, Baileigh Sorensen, Jackson Squires, Rachel Tokarchik.

Grade 6: Catrina Bernard, Kelsey Heintz, Gracie Morbeck, Rachel Morbeck, Isaac Nibourg, Carter VanEsch.

Grade 7: Drew Bignell, Brett Coleman, Mackenzie Heintz, Adam Nixon, Jordyne Wolkowski, Jesse Squires.

Grade 8: Shane Bernard, Tim Gardner, Victoria Hodgson, Allyson Marshall, Clayton Page, Brooklyn Peterson, Mackenzie Sorensen, Tyrra Wells.

Grade 9: Carly Bignell, Alicia Nibourg.

IODE award for final exam distinction — Grade 7: Mackenzie Heintz; Grade 8: Shane Bernard; Grade 9: Alicia Nibourg.

TIMMS award for top Grade 9 average — Alicia Nibourg.

Kanata award for second-highest Grade 9 average — Carly Bignell.

Union Hall Ladies award for most improved in LA — Grade 5: Delaina Devnich; Grade 6: Tim Herrell; Grade 7: Tyler Matchett; Grade 8: Tyrra Wells; Grade 9: Alicia Nibourg.

Keyera Corporation awards for highest-eligible mark in any one of four core subjects:

Grade 5: LA — Baileigh Sorensen; social — Carson Neitz; math — Garnet Barclay; science — Justin Matchett.

Grade 6: LA — Gracie Morbeck; social — Isaac Nibourg; math — Catrina Bernard; science — Kelsey Heintz.

Grade 7: LA — Brett Coleman; social — Jesse Squires; math — Mackenzie Heintz; science — Adam Nixon.

Grade 8: LA — Allyson Marshall; social — Tyrra Wells; math — Mackenzie Sorensen; science — Clayton Page.

Grade 9: LA — Alicia Nibourg; social — Carly Bignell; math — Steven Lepard; science — Kurt George.

Erskine School Parent Council improvement awards

Grade 5: Jackson Squires; Grade 6: Tim Herrell; Grade 7: Brooke Presley; Grade 8: Tyrra Wells; Grade 9: Ben Nichols.

Ol’ MacDonalds Resort organizational skills awards

Grade 5: Meghan Matchett;

Grade 6: Kelsey Heintz;

Grade 7: Jesse Squires;

Grade 8: Clayton Page;

Grade 9: Kelly Fisher.

Bryan’s Electric option awards

Grade 5: art — Kelly Page; music — Delaina Devnich.

Grade 6: art — Kora Johnston.

Grade 7: art — Jordyne Wolkowski; computers — Tyler Matchett.

Grade 9: drama — Adam Standage.

Al Thibeau good citizenship awards

Grade 5: Reese Smith;

Grade 6: Rachel Morbeck;

Grade 7: Adam Nixon;

Grade 8: Clayton Page;

Grade 9: Ben Nichols.

Colin Cassidy Memorial awards for leadership

Grade 5: Garnet Barclay;

Grade 6: Jaiden Stotz;

Grade 7: Jordyne Wolkowski;

Grade 8: Tim Gardner;

Grade 9: Alicia Nibourg.

Erskine Recreational Board athletics awards

Grade 5: Carson Neitz and Baileigh Sorensen;

Grade 6: Isaac Nibourg and Jaiden Stotz;

Grade 7: Brett Coleman and Jessie Squires;

Grade 8: Clayton Page and Brooklyn Peterson;

Grade 9: Kelly Fisher and Koral Presley.

Agro Stettler top school athlete awards:

Female: Carlie Gendre.

Male: Sean McNeill and Brandon Mills.

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