St. Anthony’s School Awards presented
(l-r) Music teacher Laurie Lotts, left, presents the Grade 6 Band Award to Van Nguyen, the Most Improved Award went to Rayanne Tietge and the Junior High Award went to Annika Lassen. Missing is Senior High Award recipient Donovan Snider. The William Doyle Leadership Award is named after a former principal and presented to the student who has demonstrated outstanding leadership quality. This year’s recipient Selina Garofalo, left, is presented the award by principal JoAnne Akerboom. The St. Anthony‘s Christian Fellowship Award is presented to one student each in division 2, 3, and 4 who has demonstrated willingness to participate in religious activities, has attained outstanding grades in religion class and who has displayed Christian Fellowship to their peers. The recipient for Division 3 Jackson Upton, right, is presented the award by Principal JoAnne Akerboom. The L.A./Social Studies Award is presented to students who have achieved at least 80% and above or an E in all three reporting periods in both L.A. and Social Studies. The Grade 4 - 6 recipients are: Sophia Brost, Kira Kostelecky, Kai Lassen, KC Limosinero, Janessa Peake, Brett Schrock, Carly Tietge. Grade 5: Reena Obmina, Annika Brant,Caitlin Clark, Nicholas The L.A./Social Studies Award is presented to students who have achieved 80% and above or an E in all three reporting periods in both L.A. and Social Studies. The junior school recipients for Grade 7 are: Mya Ainscough, Jasmine Baltazar, Zoe Boland, Marion Diray, Emma Doyle, Kosta Ewing, Christian Ferro, Annika Lassen, Emily Martin, Cirdan Monteith, Aye- Pepin, Zoren SantaCruz, Angelina Stanger, Cassia Teske, Kierra Treller, Ethan Bacual, Grace Brost, Ella Schille and Aislinn Schrock. Grade 6: Charli Calon, Tiarah Crossley, Omer Rehan, Samantha Seafoot, Weston Snider, Alisha Peake, Brandon Mastel and Van Nguyen. sha Rehan, Chantelle Richard, and Bea SantaCruz; in Grade 8: Brianna Chand, Antonio Garofalo, Braden Mazereeuw, James Mednoza, AirahEve Taguiwalo, Jackson Upton, and Cayden Zacharuk; in Grade 9 Matthew Doyle, Thane Durant, Anjo Escher, and Donovan Snider.