CSS holds awards assembly

Students who missed out because last spring's awards ceremony at CSS was before the end of the school year get their rewards

Baylee Sallenbach gets a hug from her grandfather

Baylee Sallenbach gets a hug from her grandfather, Jim Sallenbach, after being presented with the Governor General’s medal for being the student with the highest grade point average at Clearwater Secondary School in the 2012 graduating class. Because last spring’s awards ceremony was held before the end of the school year, a special assembly was held at the school on Friday.

 

Left: Recipients of Clearwater Secondary School’s first year Honor Roll award hold their CssOneYearcertificates during an awards assembly held Friday, Oct. 2. Names on the list were Aliya Bieber, Tommy Brown, Jesse Dana, Keisha Johnson, Robyn Kreke, Janice Lau, Leevon Levasseur, Lilly McLellan, Jessica Patterson, Joseph Razeau, Adrian Romeo, Karter Romeo, Aiden Sim, Megan Sim, Nate Wadlegger, and Lachlan Whelan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right: Recipients of Clearwater Secondary School’s second year Honor Roll were (back,CSS2Year l-r) Jenna Zietsov, Jacob Madden, Chad Bond, (front, l-r) Reid Rebinsky, Sarah Dohms, and Ashley Quaal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Left: CSS3YearLorina MacLeod was the only third year Honor Roll recipient at the assembly. Graham Jones was also on the list.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right: Fourth year recipients were (l-r) Katie Bieber, Cody Gunn and Kaitlyn VanderZwan.CSS4year Missing is Kiera Stel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below: Winners for the highest achievement award for the 2011/2012 school year were (back, l-r) Aiden Sim, Grade 10, Reid Rebinsky, Grade 9, (front, l-r) Baylee Sallenbach, Grade 12, and Janice Lau, Grade 8. Missing is Kiera Stel, Grade 11.CssHighest

 

 

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