From left to right are Mrs. Seibert-Dubray with top WLSS academic students Harry Tudor (Grade 8)

From left to right are Mrs. Seibert-Dubray with top WLSS academic students Harry Tudor (Grade 8)

WLSS 2011 Celebration of Excellence awards

The Williams Lake Secondary School Citizenship Awards were handed out to the following good role models in the classroom, in the school and on the playing field.

The Williams Lake Secondary School Citizenship Awards were handed out to the following good role models in the classroom, in the school and on the playing field.

They care about others in the building and they are always willing to help out.

Grade 8:  Damion Alphonse, Debra Bortolussi, Norma Sue Handsor and Harry Tudor.

Grade 9:  Anne Butters, Emily Hendricks, Montana Reid and Nikki Trotter.

Grade 10: Chad Braaten, Garrett Ferreira, Nicole Leah and Peter Navartil.

Grade 11: Talia Baptiste, Kate Neufeld, Courtney Sarnowski, Jordan Schofield and Sam Tudor.

Grade 12: Louis Butterfield, Neil Knuff, Ellis Smith.

Leadership awards went to the following students, who are great citizens but also plan and execute activities within the school for others to enjoy and take part in.

Grade 11: Alexis Forseille, Pherris Herbert, Shaylyn Landry, Alexis Myres, Rob Pedersen, Amy Penny, Erica Pfleiderer, Tori Swan and Kiah Wallace-Webb.

Grade 12: Britney Anderson, Collin Freeston, Riley Gilkenson, Rilla MacDonald, Boyd Mader, MacKenzie Moore, Evan Rankin and Lane Rolph.

Principals award: Britney Anderson.

Athletic Awards:

Most Sportsmanlike Female: Erica Pfleiderer.

Most Sportsmanlike Male: Lane Rolph.

Top Athletic Female: Isabella Ruby.

Top Athletic Male: Rob Pedersen and

Kaleb Carpenter.

Top Academic Awards:

Grade 8: Harry Tudor.

Grade 9: Katelyn Walters.

Grade 10:Torry Hoffos.

Grade 11:Danaya Rankin.

Grade 12: Seamus McGrath.

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