News Types: Citizenship Awards

Citizenship Award Winner — Kylie Beattie

January 22nd, 2020

Kylie Beattie is a Grade 9 student at Pembina North Community School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by teacher Carling Montgomery, who provided examples of how Kylie meets all the award criteria.  She begins by saying that Kylie does whatever she can to help and support those around her, from staff members to […]

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Citizenship Award Winner — Layne Young

December 19th, 2019

Layne Young is a Grade 5 student at Dunstable School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Principal Tammy Tkachuk. Layne is described as a very mature and responsible student. He always takes his assignments seriously and can be counted on to do his best work. He can be trusted to make good decisions […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Brody Metzger

December 12th, 2019

Brody Metzger is a Grade 2 student at Eleanor Hall School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jesslynn Smith. Brody demonstrates responsibility daily by cleaning up after himself and others without being prompted. He admits if he makes a mistake and will go back and try again without hesitation.  Smith says, “When […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Ava Henry

December 12th, 2019

Ava Henry is a Grade 1 student at Eleanor Hall School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Program Assistant Chris Lantz, who included examples of every single award criteria. She demonstrates responsibility with rules, routines, expectations, as well as her own and others’ property. Helping others, especially those who need extra support, comes naturally […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Kale Neuman

June 27th, 2019

Kale Neuman is a Grade 6 student at Busby School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jim Schaffer and Principal Angie Bachand. Kale demonstrates responsibility by consistently following school rules and promoting a positive school environment even when the adults in the building are not present. He consistently displays kindness and a […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Amie Gibert

June 27th, 2019

Amie Gibert is a Grade 4 student at Busby School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Principal Angie Bachand. In her nomination, Ms. Bachand describes Amie as a very responsible student. While many of her peers are socializing or playing in the gym, Amie chooses to help with the breakfast program. If there […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Josh Meinczinger

June 27th, 2019

Josh Meinczinger is a Grade 3 student at Busby School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by teacher Carla Felske. Josh is described as a dependable and kind student who works hard and loves a challenge. Mrs. Felske says that Josh will take on any tasks given to him, whether it’s running errands in […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Skye Kubinec

June 24th, 2019

Skye Kubinec is a Grade 6 student at École Westlock Elementary School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by her homeroom teacher, Robert Weiss who says, “Skye brings a positive attitude and a readiness to learn and do her best. She is kind and respectful to her peers, and consistently makes positive choices and […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Mirsadie Chaisson

June 20th, 2019

Mirsadie Chaisson is a Grade 6 student at Swan Hills School and was nominated for the Citizenship Award by teacher Cassandra Davies. In her nomination, Miss Davies says, “Sadie is a very responsible, motivated, and passionate student, who comes to school every day with a smile on her face. No matter what we are doing […]

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Citizenship Award Winner – Payton Sonnenberg

June 19th, 2019

Payton Sonnenberg is a Grade 9 student at Barrhead Composite High School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jordan Mazereeuw who says that many teachers have commented on Payton’s infectious smile, positive attitude, and kind nature. She supports her peers by working hard to include everyone. She is truly excited about school […]

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