Nathaniel Fraser accepts the Principal’s Award from Columneetza Secondary School principal Gregg Gaylord.

Nathaniel Fraser accepts the Principal’s Award from Columneetza Secondary School principal Gregg Gaylord.

Columneetza 2012 year-end awards in Williams Lake

The following awards were presented during Columneetza Secondary School’s year end awards day in June.

The following awards were presented during Columneetza Secondary School’s year end awards day in June.

Principal’s Award: Nathaniel Fraser.

President’s Award: Brittany Denny, Jasleen Saini.

Governor General’s Bronze Medal Top Academic Candidates: Tyler Basran, Dustin Hubner, Carina Mutschele, Maeghan Watkinson, Jordan Goodman, Ben Magnuson, and Patrick Newsome.

School Spirit Award: Danielle Goward.

Most Improved Senior Student Award: Adam Instant.

Rick Hansen Award: Brady Johnson.

Yearbook Award: River Michalchuk.

Fermat Math Contest Award: Carl Lam.

Leadership: Brittany Denny, Carina Mutchele, Ravinder Dhaliwal, Hali Jenner.

Most Improved Junior Student: Troi Allery.

Beauty from the Inside Out: Courtenay Buhrke, Cassidy Chupa, Sarah Green, Shemica Harry, Meradith Jackson,k Matilda McGirr, Katy Nicol, Roxanne Pop, Monica Rawlek, Kayla Schindle, Savannah Sigsworth, Amanda Walters, Bailey Yochmans, Jo-anna Younker.

Beauty from the Inside Out Recognition: Kayla Bush, Connie Busch, Ravinder Dhaliwal, Carina Mutschele.

Exhange students this year are Nelson Candia, Isabella De Oliveira, Alessandra Di Francesco, Carlso Nunez Azpurua  and Kent Roth.

Grade 12

Grade 12 Top Academic: Benjamin Magnuson.

Citizenship Award Grade 12: Patrick Newsome.

Valedictorian Award Grade 12: Ryan Jensen.

Carpentry Joinery 12: Colton Gerbrandt, Haiden Kelly.

Automotive 12: Colton Gerbrandt.

Art 12: Maeghan Watkinson, Stephanie Phillips.

Physical Education 12: Andrew Woodward.

Physics 12: Benjamin Magnuson, Josiah Corbett.

Geology 12: Melanie Dallow, Kent Roth.

Biology 12: Benjamin Magnuson, Tyler Basran.

Chemistry 12: Carl Lam, Josiah Corbett.

Calculus 12: Tyler Basran, Patrick Newsome.

Math 12 P: Carl Lam, Tyler Basran.

Law 12: Kamaljit Badesha, Dylan Matheson.

Comparative Civilization 12: Brittany Denny.

Geography 12: Dylan Matheson.

History 12: Yena Lee.

Punjabi 12: Ravinder Dhaliwal.

English 12: Tyler Basran, Benjamin Magnuson, Carina Mutschele.

Communications 12: Kerry Normand.

French 12: Heather Fisher-Leblanc.

Grade 11

Grade 11 top academic:  Yena Lee.

Citizenship Award Grade 11: Conlan Sprickerhoff.

Electronics 11/12: Johnny Van Cappelle, Brad Parker.

Welding 11/12: Brady Johnson.

Automotive 11: Jeremy Zwiers.

Carpentry Joinery 11: Kaileb Herald, Joshua Campbell.

Cafeteria Training 11/12: Kyran Stratton, Alana Ward.

Family Studies 11/12: Kayla Bush.

Foods 11/12: Carl Lam.

Art 11: Lee Pinchbeck, Miranda Fontaine.

Physical Education 11: Austin Lord, Jamie MacDonald, Kerry Normand.

Earth Science 11: Joseph Kopas, Chris Lepard.

Physics 11: Yena Lee, Ryan LaBossiere.

Chemistry 11: Brett LaBossiere, Ryan LaBossiere, Yena Lee.

Biology 11: Tanna Laurient, Michael Seibert.

A&W Math 11: Mikia Harry, Kyla Power.

 

Pre Calculus 11: Heather Fisher-Leblanc, Devon Strohshein.

Math 11 Foundations: Christopher Lepard, Shiloh Setah.

Carrier Language 11: Dakota Sulin.

Social Studies 11: Cody Haley-York, Yena Lee, Lucas Hart.

French Immersion 11: Kasey Stirling.

Punjabi 11: Simran Boyal.

Communications 11: Daniel Wozniak.

French 11: Simeran Boyal, Lucas Hart.

English 11: Yena Lee, Kasey Stirling.

 

 

 

Grade 10

Grade 10 Top Academic: Ellen Kaufman.

Grade 10 Cayley Math: Heather Fisher-Leblanc.

Grade 10 Citizenship: Amy Watt.

Woodwork 10: Michael Seibert, Malcolm Gaylord.

Metal 10: Shaun Guraliuk, Jasmine Geier.

Theatre Performance 10: Sydney Freeman.

Art 10: Madison Schachtel, Geneva Gordon.

Physical Education 10: Tanna Lauriente, Ellen Kaufman, Benn Taylor, Ryan Holland.

Science 10: Ellen Kaufman, Sabrina Kyle.

A&W Math 10: Calvin Pattison; Kayla Reynolds.

Pre-Calculus 10: Tanna Laurient, Brooklyn Thiessen.

Social Studies 10: Ellen Kaufman.

Punjabi 10: Nisha Khakh.

French Immersion 10: Amanda Isabelle Walters.

French 10: Ellen Kaufman.

Shuswap 10: Rae Leigh Rosette.

Chilcotin Studies 10: Sheyanne Setah, Micole Myers.

English 10: Monique Wong, Sydney Goward.

 

 

 

Grade 9

Grade 9 Top Academic: Carly Magnuson.

Grade 9 Pascal Math: Darien Grace; certificate of distinction Alexander Airey.

Grade 9 Citizenship: Nathan Murphy.

Power Mechanics 9/10: Trayden Stewart, Marcus Mueller.

Woodwork 9: Jessica Johnson, Kevin Sokolan.

Foods 9/10: Ashley Straza, Sabrina Kyle.

Metal 9: Tryaden Stewart, Liam Atwood.

Theatre Performance 9: Donovan Shaw.

Art 9: Sarah Dickens, Kaylee Lucks, Ashleigh Lyons.

Physical Education 9: Ariel Zacharias, Ashley Beauchamp; Nathan Murphy, Mason Wong.

Science 9: Trayden Stewart, Harkamal Sharma.

Math 9: Ashley Beauchamp, Carly Magnuson.

Social Studies 9: Liam Atwood, Harkaml Samra

Punjabi 9: Inderroop Randhawa.

French Immerson 9: Ashley Beauchamp.

French 9: Liam Atwood, Carly Magnuson, Chance Thompson.

English 9: Carly Magnuson, Sage Tampleasure.

 

 

 

Grade 8

Grade 8 Top Academic: Riya Sharma.

Grade 8 Guass Math: top score Mitchell La Bossiere; top 25 per cent Parker Kennedy, Griffey Outhouse, Riya Sharma; participants Brayden Basran, Micholas Berkelaar, Courtenay Buhrke, Cassidy Burtini, Nathan Maas, Monica Rawlek, Kayla Schindle, Chase Stewart, Melanie Wintjes.

Grade 8 Citizenship: Wyatt Buller.

Drama 8: Brayden Basran.

Art 8: Meradith Jackson, Riya Sharma.

Physical Education 8: Tylor Pigeon, Chase Stewart, Victoria Byer, Ruthie Jackson.

Science 8: Riya Sharma, Victoria Byer.

Math 8: Courtney Buhrke, Victoria Byer.

Social Studies 8: Orrin Watkinson, Bailey Weir, Riya Sharma.

French Immersion 8: Jonas Petersen.

French 8: Riya Sharma, Victoria Byer, Orrin Watkinson.

Shuswap 8: Virginia Fiestas.

Chilcotin Studies 8: Rayley Garland.

Carrier Language 8: Kera Sulin.

Humanities 8: Naomi Lomavatu.

English 8: Liam O’Brien, Riya Sharma.

 

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