Williams Lake Secondary School top award winners include: back row from left: Isabella Ruby (top female athlete)

Williams Lake Secondary School top award winners include: back row from left: Isabella Ruby (top female athlete)

Williams Lake Secondary School 2012 achievement awards

The following awards were presented to students during Williams Lake Secondary School’s awards day in June.

The following awards were presented to students during Williams Lake Secondary School’s awards day in June.

Service Awards: Elizabeth Davies, Kylie Forseille, Samantha Miller, Owen Powers, Debra Bortolussi, Clayton Charleyboy, Alex Ferguson, Karalee Stromsten, Harry Tudor, Tiffany Boston, Sheridan Davis, Sienna Hoffos, Raven Lynn, Irish McPherson, Katelyn Walters, Megan Cheverie, Latasha Diaz, Darwin English, Torry Hoffos, Alexis Forseille, Shaylyn Landry, Alexis Myhre, Robert Pedersen, Amy Penny and Sam Tudor.

Johnny Wilford Memorial Award: Kylie Gill.

Most Sportsmanlike Award: female, Camille Roberts; male, Robert Pedersen.

Top Athletic Award: female Erica Pfleiderer and Isabella Ruby; male, Kaleb Carpenter and Jordan Schofield.

Citizenship/Leadership Awards: Grade 8, Kylie Forseille; Grade 9, Harry Tudor; Grade 11, Peter Navratil; Grade 12, Alexis Forseille and Sam Tudor.

Principal’s Award: Robert Pedersen.

Top Academic Awards: Grade 8, Owen Powers; Grade 9, Brianna Chaffee; Grade 10, Sienna Hoffos; Grade 11, Torry Hoffos; Grade 12, Kate Neufeld.

Grade 8

Science: Nicole Curbello, Owen Powers, Theresa Stirling, Josh Swan.

Socials: Robin Dyment, Skye Forcier, Owen Powers, Kaylee Weil.

English: Nicole Curbello, Lauren Neufeld, Owen Powers.

Math: Robin Dyment, Lauren Neufeld, Laura Pfleiderer, Nathan Snowball.

P.E.:  Laura Pfleiderer, Chase DuBois.

French: Nicole Curbello, Owen Powers, Damaris Walt.

Art: Owen Powers, Damaris Walt.

Home Ec: Robin Dyment, Kylie Forseille, Theresa Stirling, Josh Swan.

Chilcotin: Mountain Lake Alphonse.

Shuswap: Savanna Robbins.

Grade 9

Science: Morgan Grey, Marlie Russell, Harry Tudor.

Socials: Brianna Chaffee, Morgan Grey, Jeremy Smith.

English: Lexi Anderson, Brianna Chaffee, Samantha Delacherois, Gabriele Lachapelle.

Ess. Eng: Sheldon Koechl.

Math: Nicole Curbello, Samantha Delacherois, Marlie Russell, Harry Tudor, Amanda Yonkman.

P.E.: Danika Robson, Harry Tudor.

French: Morgan Haskins, Harry Tudor.

Chilcotin: Clayton charleyboy.

Shuswap: Justice Dan.

Design Animation: Tegan Wherley.

Film and TV: Debra Bortolusi.

Ceramics: Emily Stromsten, Karalee Stromsten.

Drawing and Painting: Brianna Chaffee, Kristy Russell.

Foods: Ashley Lukinuk, Stephanie Warnock, Kyleigh Williamson.

Woodwork: Reece Hett, Alex Phaneuf.

Band: Mackenzie Howse.

Grade 10

Science: Sam Delacherois, Morgan Grey, Sienna Hoffos, Katelyn Walters.

Socials: Jasmine Baye, Sienna Hoffos, Sierra Siwek.

English: Hanna Hett, Irish McPherson, Stephanie Smith, Amanda Yonkman

Math 10P: Brianna Chaffee, Morgan Grey.

Math 10 AW: Jerrika William, Russell Lee.

PE: Sienna Hoffos, Demish Nand.

French: Katelyn Walters, Natasha Yaworski, Amanda Yonkman.

Chilcotin: Dalton Tom.

Shuswap: Tiffany Boston.

Drawing and Painting: Sienna Hoffos.

Foods 10: Sheridan Davis, Sam Delacherois, Martine Engels.

Band: Brittany Baird.

Grade 11

Biology 11: Torry Hoffos, Synnove McGrath.

Chemistry 11: Torry Hoffos, Synnove McGrath.

Earth Science 11: Tabitha Campbell, Sylvia Gruenwald.

Physics 11: Megan Cheverie, Russell Swan.

Socials 11: Torry Hoffos, Synnove McGrath, Jesse Siwak.

English 11: Chelsea Goddard, Tianna Johnny, Synnove McGrath.

Math 11 Pre-Cal: Megan Cheverie, Sienna Hoffos, Jesse Siwek, Russell Swan, Katelyn Walters,   Synnove McGrath.

Math 11 Foundations: Tamara MacInnis.

Math 11 AW: Stevie Fitz-Gerald, Joel Paul.

French 11: Torry Hoffos, Marlie Russell.

PE 11: Jesse Siwek.

Sports and Recreation: Shelby Challes.

Chilcotin 11: Renai Johnny.

Shuswap 11: Brandi Ignatius.

Foods 11: Janessa Carman.

Design and Animation 11/12: Cole McColl.

Ceramics 11/12: Stevie Fitz-Gerald, Karina Sukert.

Drawing and Painting 11/12: Kaitlyn Howell, Lisa Krause.

Woodwork 11: Nick Lamb-Yorski.

Band 11: Chelsea Goddard.




Grade 12

Biology 12: Kate Neufeld, Camille Roberts.

Chemistry 12: Melissa Fraser, Isabella Ruby.

Physics 12: Alexis Forseille.

Comparative Civilizations 12: Willa Julius.

History 12: Shaylyn Landry, Kiana Paterson, Amy Stafford.

Geography 12: Alexis Forseille, Sam Tudor.

English 12: Shelby Challes, Isabella ruby, Sam Tudor.

Communication 12: Jerrika William.

Math 12 Principles: Reece Kowalski, Kiana Paterson, Danaya Rankin.

Calculus 12: Melanie Dallow, Alexis Forseille, Bridget Russell.

PE 12: Isabella Ruby.

Sports and Recreation 12: Kate Neufeld.

Personal Fitness 12: Robert Pedersen.

French 12: Danaya Rankin.

Foods 12: Liana Nguyen, Andrew Zus.

TV Video 12: Aidan Duggan.

Yearbook 11/12: Robyn Ferguson, Courtney Sarnowski.

Band 12: Danaya Rankin.

Music Comp and Tech: Kalie Cook, Sam Tudor.

















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