More college student awards
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Soanes Senior Environmental Leader Trophy: Teri Hedges.
Quay Award — Centre of Excellence Award for Participation and Success: Jamie Claasen. Greatest Involvement with Te Awamutu College by a Patricia Avenue Student: Sarah-Jane Hudson.
Sarah-Jane joined in with the Art and Music classes at College. She is an accomplished swimmer and attended the Secondary Schools swimming meet as part of the Te Awamutu College swimming team. She is also a member of the Magazine Committee and participated in this year’s Talent Quest.
Environmental Award: Kurt Dix.
Kurt Dix is an 18-year-old young man who has been at the Satellite Unit for the past three years. He diligently does the recycling of the unit each week.
Service to the School — Flag Raisers: Ella Yarndley and Sarah-Jane Hudson do this important task with pride and respect. Outstanding Success in a National Competition — ASB Brightsparks: Anthony Absalom and Bert Downs.
Their innovative projects made it through to the finals of the competition — being amongst the best students’ work in New Zealand around electronics and coding. Bert’s project gained an Emerging Potential Award.
Cultural Excellence Badge:
Lachlan Oosterman and Matthew Church: Suggested Serving Size placed third at Waikato Regional Final for Smokefree Rockquest and were national finalists where they came second.
Sam Ashmore and Morgan McKenzie: Winners of the Waikato Regional Secondary School Challenge at the Waikato Culinary Fare and national finalists where they gained a Silver Medal.
Eden Blair, Jamie Day, Sarah Frost, Corey Class, Hyerin Kim, Sarah Peehikuru, Rylan Richardson and Erin Wahle: TAC Studios was Regional School Team Winner for Waikato in the 48 Hour Film Festival.