Queen Charlotte Secondary honour roll

  • Jun. 3, 2004 7:00 a.m.

Submitted by the school

The following students were recognized for their extra contributions to school climate: Evan Putterill, Robert Draeger, and Rowen Bellamy.

Grade 12
Principals’ Award
Dana Myshrall
Gold
Jessica Collingridge
Silver
Kacper Kochanek, Ashley Muller, Robert Draeger

Grade 11
Principals’ Awards
Ben Drover, Stacey Shantz
Gold
Joe Lavoie, Nicole Whittle, Tabitha Mearns, Holden Bellamy
Silver
Evan Putterill , Denyann Adamson, Jeff Coles, Isabel Moody
Bronze
Kayla Ross, Norah Holloway, Eddy Ronnenkamp, Mackenzie Leslie

Grade 10
Principals’ Award
Luke Borserio
Gold
Norma Louis, Adam MacMullin
Silver
Alan Lore, Sheldon White, Tysen Husband
Bronze
Justin Abbott

Grade 9
Gold
April Dutheil, Katrina Husband Gold
Silver
Rowen Bellamy , Breanna Abbott, Stephanie Waters, Patrick Shannon, Allan Friesen, Nik McEwan
Bronze
Ella Fletcher

Grade 8
Gold
Jessica Reid
Silver
Cole Murdaugh, Kirsten Compton, Tristan Cober, Mathew Gladstone
Stephanie Righi, Tauren Collinson
Mac Alton, Maisyn Tollefson -Laboucane
Honourable Mention
Stevie Morgan

As well, the following students were recognized for perfect attendance in the third term: Ben Drover, Tysen Husband, Allan Friesen and Stephanie Waters.

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