WLSS 2011 honour roll announced

Honour roll

Honor Roll

Grade 8

Abel, Cassandra

Austin, Sarah

Bailey, Patricia

Barta, Ryleigh

Baye, Jasmine

Benard, Tylar

Benner, Kody

Bortolussi, Debra

Carpenter, Kolten

Chaffee, Brianna

Charleyboy, Clayton

Delacherois, Samantha

Ellis, Ethan

Ertel, Brendan

Ferguson, Alexander

Grey, Morgan

Handsor, Norma Sue

Harrison, Oakes

Haskins, Morgan

Howse, Mackenzie

Jensen, Kendall

Johnson, Natasha

Konstantaki, Nikoleta

Lachance, Emily

Lachapelle, Gabriele

Lacroix, Sam

Landry, Cassidy

Law, Megan

Leclerc, Cole

Lukinuk, Ashley

Mclean, Megan

Navratil, John

Payne, Tegan

Pedersen, Lexi

Phaneuf, Alex

Pickard, Kennedi

Poole, Sekani

Rankin, Bobby

Robson, Danika

Russell, Marlie

Satre, Saebs

Stromsten, Karalee

Stromsten, Tavis

Schofield, Morgan

Sellars, Dylan

Smith, Jeremy

Smith, Tanis

Stilwell, Shawna

Stromsten, Emily

Tudor, Harry

Van Wyck, Brenda

Warnock, Nick

Warnock, Stephanie

Wheeler, Jaydon

Wherley, Tegan

Williamson, Kyleigh

Yonkman, Amanda

 

 

 

Honour Roll

Grade 9

Bailey, Dakotah

Baird, Brittany

Barnett, Kate

Butters, Anne

Cantelo, Bailey

Davis, Sheridan

Doering, Courtney

Fraser, Nathaniel

Harvey, Erin

Hoelderl, Eva

Hoffos, Sienna

Hutchinson, Kailey

Kelly, Miranda

Kulyk, Trake

Lavoie, Chloe

Mayer, Alena

McPherson, Irish

Morrison, Kyry

Nand, Demish

Nelson, Alexa

Pare, Kara

Patton, Taylor

Payne, Jessica

Pellicer Flores, Diego

Petrin, Alex

Pinette, Shanelle

Purdy, Hannah

Reid, Montana

Roberts, Allen

Sarnowski, Amy

Siewk, Sierra

Smith, Karmen

Smith, Rylee

Sommer, Jonathon

Swan, Alexandra

Trotter, Nicki

Walters, Katelyn

Walton, Shannon

Yaworski, Natasha

 

 

 

Honour Roll

Grade 10

Abel, Zachary

Andrews, Nicole

Baker, Colton

Booth, Victoria

Braaten, Chad

Campbell, Tabitha

Carman, Janessa

Challes, Shelby

Cheverie, Megan

Diaz, Latasha

Emmerson, Shaylin

Ferreira, Garrett

Ferreira, Jaime

Getz, Kelsey

Geyer, Dennis

Goddard, Chelsea

Hoffos, Torry

Holdal, Chloe

Hooker, Cole

Johnny, Tiana

Krause, Lisa

Leah, Nicole

Lennox, Paige

McColl, Cole

McGrath, Synnove

Navratil, Peter

Nunn, Cody

Sailor, Tennisa

Seibert, Shelby

Sepkowski, Darcy

Siwek, Jesse

Smith, Cheyenne

Smith, Madison

Swan, Russell

Tanner, Megan

Vander Maaten, Kaj

 

 

 

Honour Roll

Grade 11

Abercrombie, Ashley

Alphonse, Amber

Augustine, Reid

Baptiste, Talia

Colton, Lexi

Cook, Kallie

Cook, Meagan

Dallow, Melanie

Daub, Judith

Davis, Kendra

Dolighan, Rowan

Durfeld, Sophie

Ferguson, Robyn

Flaherty, Darcy

Forseille, Alexis

Fraser, Melissa

Gill, Kylie

Goodall, Torie

Grosso, Becky

Herbert, Pherris

Ilnicki, Mackenzie

Johnson, Grace

Kadar, Angela

Kowalski, Reece

Kreis, Selena

Landry, Shaylyn

Lewis, Brittney

Myhre, Alexis

Neufeld, Kate

Nguyen, Liana

Paterson, Kiana

Pedersen, Robbie

Penny, Amy

Pfleiderer, Erica

Pokeda, Jason

Rankin, Danaya

Reid, Bryan

Roberts, Camille

Rook, Julia

Ruby, Isabella

Russell, Bridget

Sarnowski, Courtney

Schofield, Jordan

Smith, Kelsey

Sommer, Kristofer

Stafford, Amy

Stromsten, Curtis

Swan, Tori

Telford, Robert

Tudor, Sam

Wallace-Webb, Kiah

Warnock, Jamie

Zus, Andrew

 

 

 

Honour Roll

Grade 12

Anderson, Brittney

Belleau, Leona

Boitier, Jeannine

Borsato, Joe

Bush, Joshua

Butterfield, Louis

Fraser, Lori

Ganguin, Rachelle

Gill, Caleb

Grosso, Lynden

Guterson, Emily

Jaeger, Cody

Knuff, Neil

Landon, Dylan

Lepetich, Travis

MacDonald, Rilla

MacDonald, Jenny

Mader, Boyd

McColl, Clayton

McGrath, Seamus

Navratil, Elsa

Paterson, Mark

Pfleiderer, Kristina

Rankin, Evan

Rogers, Cody

Rogers, Hailee

Rowley, Megan

Smith, Dallas

Taylor, Keenan

Verigin, Myles

 

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