News Types: Citizenship Awards

Citizenship Award Winner—McKenna Golden

June 18th, 2021

McKenna Golden is a Grade 9 student at Fort Assiniboine School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Pauline Payne.  McKenna demonstrates responsibility in many ways. Whether learning at home or in-person, she consistently has assignments handed in on time. When she has questions about the parameters of her work, she never hesitates […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Madison Kolotyluk

June 18th, 2021

Madison Kolotyluk a Grade 8 student at Eleanor Hall School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teachers Michelle Savoie and Marie Wasieczko. Maddie is an excellent student who always demonstrates responsibility with her work and goes above and beyond to help others in class. She uses class time efficiently, is always aware of […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Audrey Arola

June 18th, 2021

Audrey Arola is a Grade 6 student at Busby School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jim Schaffer.  Audrey takes her responsibilities as a student very seriously, listening intensively to instructions and uses what she has learned in her assignments. She demonstrates responsibility by completing all her tasks in class as well […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Mickail Johnson

June 17th, 2021

Mickail Johnson is a Grade 12 student at R. F. Staples Secondary School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Lalenya Gasse. As the oldest child in his family, Mickail demonstrates responsibility. After losing his younger brother to cancer last year, Mickail has taken responsibility for his family, looking after his younger brother […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Maverick Cloutier

June 17th, 2021

Maverick Cloutier is a Grade 12 student at R. F. Staples Secondary School. He was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Jon Radke.  Maverick demonstrates responsibility by taking care that his work is completed on time and to the best of his ability. If he is going to be away from school he notifies […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Sage Sekulich

June 17th, 2021

Sage Sekulich is a Grade 10 student at R. F. Staples Secondary School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Laleyna Gasse. Sage demonstrates responsibility in her education, by following up on missed assignments or  marks that were not what she hoped for. Sage always makes sure to check with her teachers if […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Kayden Buchko

June 17th, 2021

Kayden Buchko is a Grade 10 student at R. F. Staples Secondary School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Lalenya Gasse. Kayden knows that when working with a team, you are only as strong as your weakest link. During her school’s production of Mary Poppins, Kayden offered support to others, often stepping […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Dorothy Letts

June 17th, 2021

Dorothy Letts is a Grade 9 student at R. F. Staples Secondary School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Carrie Kaufman. Dorothy demonstrates responsibility in all areas of her life. While completing school online last year, she made sure to attend class and handed in assignments on time. If Dorothy was going […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Keira Brouwer

June 14th, 2021

Keira Brouwer is a Grade 9 student at Neerlandia Public Christian School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Howard Gelderman.  Keira demonstrates responsibility in many ways. Throughout Grade 7 and most of Grade 8, she helped run the school’s concession, often going above and beyond by covering for other students who could […]

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Citizenship Award Winner—Amaya Seatter

June 14th, 2021

Amaya Seatter is a Grade 7 student at Neerlandia Public Christian School. She was nominated for the Citizenship Award by Teacher Lise Wruk.  Every morning Amaya greets both staff and students with a friendly smile. Amaya is a positive role model to others—when others complain about wearing a mask, she quietly wears one, and continues […]

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