Student achievements celebrated at Erskine School

Erskine’s great athletes - Recreation Board’s athletic award winners (back row l-r) board member Sherry Marshall

Erskine School celebrated their student successes on Oct. 19 with awards night.

The ATA top academic awards went to:

Luke Poffenroth, Mackenzie Sorensen, Alicia Nibourg, Carly Armstrong, Riley Anderson

Clearview public school honor awards went to Drew Bignell, Brett Coleman, Mackenzie Heintz, Adam Nixon, Luke Poffenroth, Cassidy Praski, Jesse Squires, Tim Gardner, Victoria Hodgson, Allyson Marshall, Clayton Page, Brooklyn Peterson, Mackenzie Sorensen. Carly Bignell, Kurt George, Steven Lepard, Alicia Nibourg, Jessie Anderson, Carly Armstrong, Ryan Coleman, Amanda Gardner, Cayla Heintz, Brandon Marshall, Tara Schmidt, Riley Anderson, Jaide Cassidy, Hayley Fisher, Sam Fletcher, Tara Kruk, Shayla Neitz, Ty Page, Coralie Volker

IODE awards for highest final exam distinction

Carly Bignell, Morgan Sorensen, Shayla Neitz

TIMMS Award for the top Grade 9 average went to Riley Anderson

KANATA Award for second highest average in Grade 9 went to Shayla Neitz

Subject awards for the highest eligible mark in one of the four core subjects went to Cassidy Praski, Brett Coleman, Jesse Squires, Luke Poffenroth, Mackenzie Sorensen, Clayton Page, Allyson Marshall, Victoria Hodgson, Carly Bignell, Alicia Nibourg, Steven Lepard, Kurt George, Tara Schmidt, Carly Armstrong, Jessie Anderson, Amanda Gardner, Riley Anderson, Hayley Fisher, Jade Cassidy, Shayla Neitz.

Improvement awards went to:

Luke Poffenroth, Sierra Baldwin, Brian Corpataux, Cole Nichols

Most improved award in language arts:

Tyler Matchett, Shane Bernard, Austin Peterson, Cole Nichols,

Organizational skills awards:

Jesse Spuires, Mackenzie Sorensen, Kelly Fisher, Cayla Heintz, Ty Page

Option music-arts awards

Cassidy Praski, Drew Bignell, Krystina Praski, Shane Bernard, Tara Kruk, Shayla Neitz

Good citizenship awards:

Drew Bignell, Jordan Boehlke, Adam Standage, Andrew Nibourg, Sommer Bauman

Collin Cassidy memorial award for leadership

Cassidy Praski, Allyson Marshall, Tim Gardner, Carly Bignell, Cayla Heintz, Brandon Marshall, Shayla Neitz

Erskine rec board athletics award for improvement and dedication in physical education

Tyler Matchett, Jesse Squires, Tim Gardner, Allyson Marshall, Kelly Fisher, Carlie Gendre, Darren Gendre, Carly Armstrong, Eric Spruyt, Shayla Neitz

Top school athletes award

Jaide Cassidy and Ty Page

Congratulations go out to all students received these awards.

Birthday wishes go out to Chris Standage Oct. 29, Kelly Page Oct. 31, Kevin Smith Nov. 1, Chance Morbeck Nov. 2, and Wayne Hall Nov. 2.

Happy anniversary to Sheldon and Christine Chick Oct. 28.

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