Lake City Secondary major award winners

Columneetza Campus award winners for the junior campus grades 7-9 are as follows.

Columneetza Campus award winners for the junior campus grades 7-9 are as follows.

Citizenship Award: Humleen Samra, Grade 7; Jordan Kerley, Grade 8; and Conley Pinette, Grade 9.

Citizenship awards are presented to students who are good role models, positive, respected by others, participate in different activities, are accepting of others, demonstrate school spirit, and overall just make the school a better place.

Overall Academic Award:  Kianna Gossen, Grade 7; Krista Lucassen, Grade 8; and David Russell Grade 9. This award is presented to the students with the top grade point average in each grade.

Most Sportsmanlike Award: Zion Daubert, Grade 7; Dylan DeRose, Grade 8; and Jakob Larmand, Grade 9. This award indicates respect for teammates, officials, coaches;  positive role model in the school; and high coach-ability.

Top Athlete Award:  Cade Enns and Bronwynn Pocock, Grade 7; Justin Foster and Amanda Guraliuk    , Grade 8; Morgan Blois and Jobanjit Saini, Grade 9. The top athletes demonstrate excellence in school athletics.

School Sprit Award: Jackson Briscoe Grade 7; Jackson Briscoe, G ; Mazira Faubert, Grade 8; Carrie Lange, Grade 9.

The School Spirit Award is presented to students who represent Lake City Secondary positively; show a high level of commitment and impact toward school climate; efforts lead to an identifiable product; school-based extra curricular participation and organization

Principal’s Award: Aliza Paul.

Grades 10 to 12

The awards presented to students at the Williams Lake Campus for grades 10 to 12 were as follows.

Johnny Wilford Memorial Award: Heather Fisher-Leblanc.

This award is presented to a Grade 12 student who has continued to strive in school despite personal challenges.

Rayel MacDonald Memorial Award: Victoria Diaz. This award is presented to a female athlete who demonstrates compassion, sportsmanship, and dedication to her sport.

Most Improved Student: Everette Dan. Students in all grades are eligible who have demonstrated significant improvement over last year or last semester.

Citizenship  Awards: Kylie Forseille, Grade 10; Jeremy Smith, Grade 11; Gagan Vaid, Grade 12.

This award is presented to students who are good role models, positive, respected by others, participate in different activities, are accepting of others, demonstrate school spirit, and overall just make the school a better place.

Leadership Award: Robbie Jacques. This award is presented to a student who demonstrates outstanding leadership within the school. The student could be a leadership student but doesn’t have to be.

School Spirit Award: Skye Moses. This award is presented to a student who demonstrates outstanding school spirit and actively promotes school spirit in school and in the community.

Most Sportsmanlike Award: Anna Bracewell and Mitchell LaBossiere. The winner must participate in school sports.

Top Athletic Award: Montana Reid and Trake Kulyk. The student must participate in school sports.

Math and Science Award: Tanna Lauriente. This award is presented to the Grade 12 student who excelled in math and science.

Principal’s Award: Sheldon West.

Valedictorian recognition: Robbie Jacques.

Top Academic Awards (based on overall grade point average): Courtney Buhrke, Grade 10; Liam Atwood, Grade 11; Ellen Kaufman, Grade 12.

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