News Types: Citizenship Awards

Citizenship Award Winner—Reanna Stitsen

June 8th, 2020

Reanna Stitsen is a Grade 6 student at Busby School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jim Schaffer. Reanna demonstrates responsibility by consistently following the school and classroom rules. She is a person of her word and avoids situations that may get her in trouble. Reanna also embraces new challenges with her […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Griffin Snow

June 8th, 2020

Griffin Snow is a Grade 5 student at Busby School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jim Schaffer. Griffin helps and supports others by always being the first one to volunteer for any task.  He is quick to raise his hand or offer suggestions to make the school or classroom neater or […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Kage Carson

June 8th, 2020

Kage Carson is a Grade 4 student at Busby School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by teacher Erin Harder. Kage consistently demonstrates responsibility for his schoolwork, even while playing on an elite hockey team, which takes him out of school early on many days. Maintaining both commitments show his effective time management and […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Jordan Sabad

June 8th, 2020

Jordan Sabad is a Grade 12 student at Vista Virtual School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teachers Phoebe Arcilla & Shelley Rizzo. Jordan is a student leader in the YouthSMART Initiative which stands for Youth Supporting Mental Health and Resiliency Together. YouthSMART operates under the Calgary chapter of the Canadian Mental Health […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Carter Greilach

May 29th, 2020

Carter Greilach is a Grade 9 student at Neerlandia Public Christian School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Trenton Wierenga. Carter is known for his positive attitude, showing up to school with a smile on his face, even early in the morning. He is often the first to laugh and cheer people […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Nathan Batty

May 29th, 2020

Nathan Batty is a Grade 6 student at Neerlandia Public Christian School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Sonja de Waal. Nathan demonstrates responsibility by striving to do his best in all of his assignments. He diligently begins each task, not wasting any time. He is aware of the expectations, works hard […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Mackenzie De Vries

May 29th, 2020

Mackenzie De Vries is a Grade 7 student at Neerlandia Public Christian School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Lise Wruk. Mackenzie demonstrates responsibility in many ways at her school. This year she joined the student council team. Some of her responsibilities include: helping in the concession, assisting with fundraising, and creating […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Jada Forbes

May 25th, 2020

Jada Forbes is a Grade 9 student at Pembina North Community School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Principal Raime Drake. Jada is a diligent student who demonstrates responsibility in many ways. She works hard and asks questions so that she can be as successful as possible. She is patient when working with […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Miles Gitzel

May 14th, 2020

Miles Gitzel is a Grade 6 student at Dunstable School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Principal Tammy Tkachuk. Miles is an extremely responsible young man. He can be counted on in the classroom to do what is expected of him and to put his best foot forward. A respectful, diligent, and trustworthy […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Brynn Kirchner

May 14th, 2020

Brynn Kirchner is a Grade 6 student at Dunstable School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Principal Tammy Tkachuk . Brynn has a positive attitude and comes to school each day with a smile on her face. As chairperson of the school’s Student Leadership Group, she plays an important role in promoting school […]

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