News Types: Citizenship Awards

Citizenship Award Winner — Layla Forbes

January 26th, 2023

Layla Forbes is a Grade 9 student at Pembina North Community School. She was nominated for a Citizenship Award by Teachers Michelle Rau and Mike Ivey and Educational Assistant Janice Tymkow.  Layla is described as a positive, funny and charismatic individual. Her energy, quirky sense of humor and kindness to others make her a joy […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Chloe Banks

January 23rd, 2023

Chloe Banks is a Grade 7 student at Swan Hills School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by her teacher, Brenda Kuyek. Chloe has shown she is a responsible student. In with her duties as a Safety Patrol Supervisor for Junior High, she has spent time training and mentoring Division 2 students who are […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Keanan Huot

November 14th, 2022

Keanan Huot graduated from R. F. Staples School in June 2022. He was born into a farming family near Vimy where he learned the value of working hard and perseverance. His dedication to his academics is evident, taking responsibility to keep his grades up and balancing them with his extra-curricular activities, working and social demands. […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Rebecca Letts

November 14th, 2022

Rebecca Letts graduated from the R.F. Staples School in June 2022. She was raised in a farm family where she learned the importance of working hard and caring for others. She supported her family, helping her seven other siblings and completing many chores in the house and on the farm including providing many meals for […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Rachel Stewart

October 27th, 2022

Rachel Stewart was a Grade 12 student at Vista Virtual School in 2021-22. She is a leader in her community and has demonstrated great responsibility in leading her Youth Group by planning activities, attending meetings and keeping the group organized. She was also responsible for providing support at home, caring for her three younger siblings […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Nick Robinson

October 27th, 2022

Nick Robinson was a Grade 12 student at Vista Virtual School in 2021-22. Nick started his fitness journey at a central Alberta Dojo. When the business began to struggle as a result of the pandemic, Nick volunteered to teach classes to help keep the business afloat. Here he was able to support others in their fitness […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Josh Meinczinger

June 29th, 2022

Josh Meinczinger is a Grade 6 student at Busby School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jim Schaffer.  Josh always seems to be in a good mood and his positive attitude makes him a role model for all his classmates. Schaffer says, “During our dancing unit, he helped his group show off […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Madelyn Beattie

June 29th, 2022

Madelyn Beattie is a Grade 6 student at Busby School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jim Schaffer.  Maddy is a superb athlete and although she could dominate any sport she wants, she is also and excellent teammate and wants her fellow teammates to improve with her. She helps and supports others, […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Brinley Ryrie

June 24th, 2022

Brinley Ryrie is a Kindergarten student at Eleanor Hall School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Nadine Stoyko.  Brinley is very responsible — she knows the rules and routines and follows them without needing reminders. She is always attentive and is an active participant. She takes care of her personal things as […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Gavin Borris

June 24th, 2022

Gavin Borris is a Grade 9 student at Eleanor Hall School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Michelle Savoie.  As a member of the school’s Student Wellness Action Team, Gavin inquired about getting a slushie machine, as a long term fundraiser. After receiving approval, he offered to manage the small business. Gavin […]

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