Congratulations to all high school graduates
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This article was published 15/07/2021 (687 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
During our high school years, we learn the skills that prepare us for our future careers. These are our formative years, the ones that pour the foundation upon which we build our lives. It is here that many of us have learned important life skills, especially when it comes to excelling in our studies, as well as athletic endeavours.
Every year, there are a few graduates who stand out amongst the rest. These are the students who rise to the challenge, and greatly improve from where they started, and in doing so deserve to be recognized.
Starting in 2016, when I was first elected to office, I established Most Improved Student and Most Improved Athlete scholarships to assist these young people in their post-secondary endeavours.
I am pleased to announce that for the sixth consecutive year, I recognized four such students for my scholarships at the high schools in our neighbourhood: two from J.H. Bruns Collegiate, one from Collège Beliveau, and one from Centre scolaire Léo-Rémillard.
Congratulations to these fine recipients, and all the students who graduated this year; may their future endeavours fulfill all of their hopes, dreams, and aspirations, for the lives they wish to lead.
After a challenging year, as the Manitoba government implements its 4-3-2-One Great Summer reopening plan, I encourage you to go out and explore this beautiful province of ours
Lagimodière constituency report
Andrew Smith is the PC MLA for Lagimodière.