Sk’aadgaa Naay recognizes outstanding students

  • Jul. 11, 2008 6:00 p.m.

Sk’aadgaa Naay Elementary School is pleased to recognize the following students for their achievements this past year.. Misha Specht Memorial Citizenship Award (Grade 3): Lochlan Gibbard. Intermediate Boys Athlete:Grade 4 Cameron LarsenGrade 5 Jesse BarnesGrade 6 Damon Fladmark. Intermediate Boy’s Athlete Plaque: Joel Richardson. Intermediate Girls Athlete:Grade 4 Shyanna SawyerGrade 5 Courtney Chanin and Chelsea GladstoneGrade 6 Sara Kendall. Intermediate Girl’s Athlete Plaque: Larissa Sparrow. Art Award of Excellence:Grade 4 Ken-Li PeerlessGrade 5 Nolan O’BrienGrade 6 Sara KendallGrade 7 Paula Young. Citizenship:Grade 4 Rebbecca Holte and Cassidy SkafteGrade 5 Abigail FraserGrade 6 Cohen IsbergGrade 7 Thomas Favreau. Outstanding Effort:Grade 4 Elin HilgemannGrade 5 Shark Blount and Jordan PollardGrade 6 Victoria LeslieGrade 7 Tyrone Collinson and Dakota Cooper. Elementary Academic Excellence:Grade 4 Sydney HoggGrade 5 Courtney Chanin and Averie RomasGrade 6 Audrey Cober. Intermediate Academic Plaque: Tatyana Yasko. Student of the Year Plaque: Tatyana Yasko. District Math Competition Plaques:Grade 4 Jaylene Shelford Grade 7 Tatyana Yasko. Andy Ellis District Math Award Plaque:For Grades 4/5/6 Jaylene ShelfordFor Grades 7/8 Tatyana Yasko

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