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Outstanding academics

​WSD’s Board of Trustees honoured the academic achievements of some of the Class of 2016’s most outstanding young students.

The recent graduates attended the special Dec. 12 board meeting along with family and administration from their respective high schools. The board heard the academic and civic accomplishments of each student before presenting them with book gift certificates.

The Governor General’s Medal is awarded to the student who achieves the highest academic standing in the graduating class of their secondary school; the WSD Board Post Secondary Scholarships provide $1,000 to a senior student to further their post-secondary education. The two awards are considered the highest honours a WSD graduating student can achieve.

Pictured here are: Shelby Broatch, Argyle Alternative High School (front, left); Lavender Brinkworth, Argyle; Deann Romero, Tec Voc High School; Wencel Mendoza, Tec Voc; Celine Ponace, Children of the Earth High School; Celia Dang, Elmwood High School; Nicole Arenas, Churchill High School; Justine Mae Garcia, St. John’s High School; Thais Castillo, Grant Park High School; Christine Rossman, Winnipeg Adult Education Centre (back, left); Joshua Lingal, Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute; Aiden Farrant, Collège Churchill; Eric Keilback, Kelvin High School; Alex Cinq-Mars, Churchill; Alana Ramshaw, Collège Churchill and Jane Petroff, Grant Park.

Missing: Andrea Jawbone, COTE; Michael Knysh, Elmwood; Guadalupe Isabel Santos, Gordon Bell High School; John Mari Esguerra, Kelvin; Rose Tobacco-Olson, R.B. Russell High School; Janine Twoheart, R.B. Russell; Mary Joy Santos, St. John’s; Philip Kawalec, Sisler High School; and April Derksen, WAEC.

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