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St. Paul’s Collegiate graduate award winners honoured

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St. Paul’s Collegiate graduates shown at their ceremony in St. Eustache’s Roman Catholic Church on June 20.

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Twenty-six students graduated from St. Paul’s Collegiate on June 20.

The valedictorians were Brooke Mercier for the French program and Nicole Chapdelaine for the English program.

The following awards were presented:

Drayden Ackland — Post-Secondary Award (presented by Valmar Airflow);

Chalene Axcell — Writing Award (presented by Morris MLA Shannon Martin);

Nicole Chapdelaine — School Volunteerism Award (presented by SPC Parent Advisory Council) and Post-Secondary Award (presented by Wilf’s Elie Ford);

Bruce Chartrand — Most Improved Student Award (presented by the RM of St. Francois Xavier); Post-Secondary Award (presented by St. Francois Xavier Animal Hospital);

Colin Combot — Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Luke’s Town Service); Post-Secondary Award (presented by Prairie Rose Teacher’s Association);

Issac Cossette —  EDA Award (presented by Portage-Lisgar Conservative Association);

Marc Girard — Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Chabot’s Implements Co.); Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Terreco);

Stephen Ducharme — Student Leadership Award (presented by Shannon Dutson) ; Congeniality Award  (presented by Rae Khan);

Dahla Graham — Volunteerism Award (presented by Toromont Cat);

Toriea Harry — Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Chabot’s Implement’s Co.); Excellence in Math Award (presented by the Elie Chamber of Commerce); Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Wilf’s Elie Ford);

Summer Lachance — Highest Science Mark Award  (presented by Marquette Co-op); Commitment to Learning Award (presented by Prairie Rose School Division); Congeniality Award (presented by Rae Khan);    

Nikki Lavallee — Special Entrance Scholarship for the University of Winnipeg; English Proficiency Award (presented by the RM of Grey); Highest Mark Award (presented by Starbuck Credit Union);

Erika McKay — Lawrence Lavallee Memorial Art Scholarship; Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Prairie Flour Mill); Highest Mark Award  (presented by Starbuck Credit Union);

Brooke Mercier — Best Attendance Award (presented by Elie Grocery Store); Fluency in French Award (presented by École St Eustache); Citizenship Award (presented by the RM of Cartier); Cooperation Award (presented by SPC Staff);

Jordan Nickerson — Post-Secondary Trades Award (presented by Swen’s Small Engines);    

Kyleigh Perrin — Governor General’s Award; Musicianship Award (presented by Desilet Insurance) and Highest Mark Award  (presented by Starbuck Credit Union);

Jessica Prefontaine – Special Entrance Scholarship for the University of Winnipeg; Academic Excellence and Community Involvement Award (presented by Caisse Financial Group); Academic Excellence Award (presented by Prairie Rose School Division); Highest Accounting Mark Award  (presented by Rita Tully, CGA); Community Service Award (presented by White Horse Plains Knights of Columbus);

Dylan Rivard — Agriculture Award (presented by Terreco).

— Staff

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