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Sanford Collegiate holds annual awards night

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The winners of Sanford Collegiate’s General Proficiency Awards for 2012-13 are: (from left) Ally Dunn, Grade 9; Michelle Romanuk, Grade 10; and Maizy North, Grade 11.

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The winners of Sanford Collegiate’s General Proficiency Awards for 2012-13 are: (from left) Ally Dunn, Grade 9; Michelle Romanuk, Grade 10; and Maizy North, Grade 11. Photo Store

Sanford Collegiate held an Evening of Recognition on Oct. 3 to recognize students’ achievements during the 2012-13 school year.

The awards for highest standing in Grade 12 courses went to:
Biology 40S: Steven Young (100%)
Pre-Calculus Math 40S: Steven Young (97.55%)
Calculus 45S: Steven Young (98%)       
French 40S: Emily Lowes (97%)
Psychology 40S: Bronson Ammeter (100%)
Leadership 40S: Brooke A. Enns (98%)

The Citizenship Award is given to students who have been involved with student-initiated activities which demonstrate their abilities to lead and communicate well with peers and adults, and who serve as positive role models. The recipients are:
Grade 9: Brock Shwaluk
Grade 10: Alyssa Robb
Grade 11:  Mark Livingston

The Spirit of Sanford Collegiate Award is presented to students who demonstrate the pillars of respect and responsibility and model them to their peers and to the school community. The winners are: Sydney Hallick, Maize North, Riley Poole, Emily Lowes and Bronson Ammeter.

The following are the winners of the General Proficiency Award, which is presented to students who maintain cum laude standing while also being involved in a variety of school-initiated activities and serving as a positive role model. The winners are:
Grade 9: Ally Dunn
Grade 10: Michelle Romanuk
Grade 11: Maizy North

This year’s Community Award went to Bryton Arnal. The award recognizes individuals and groups in the community who support the school community and help to improve it. Arnal has volunteered his time to coach the varsity boys volleyball team for the past six years.

This year’s recipients for highest overall average standing throughout their coursework are:
Grade 9: Anastasia Pasieczka (94.1% average)
Grade 10: Derek Ammeter (97.65% average)
Grade 11: Steven Young (98% average)

— Staff

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