Student’s achievements recognized

Students at Greenwood and Midway elementary schools hold a Term 1 recognition assembly.

Ivy Smith and Elise Atkinson-Price were presented Kiwanis “Terrific Kids” certificates. They pose here with teachers Ms. Shaw and Mrs. Frank. Terrific Kids are students who demonstrate the following attributes: thoughtful

Midway and Greenwood Elementary Schools held a recognition assembly for their fall 2013 term last Thursday afternoon in the gymnasium at MES.

There were several categories that students might succeed in:

• being on the Honour Roll or Merit Roll

• 72 were listed qualified as WILD Learners or Improvers— working at their potential, come to school everyday ready to learn and who are prepared with all their supplies and homework.

• 44 students have a WILD Attitude—supportive of others, positive attitude, volunteering, caring and charged with school spirit.

• There were 37 students were named as WILD Home Readers who have met their monthly goal every month this term and 57 per cent have met the goal of 20 days of reading each month during term 1.

• Thirty-one students were recognized as being a WILD Extra-Curricular—those students that participate in activities beyond curricular.

• There were 15 WILD Leaders, so named for volunteering their time to help others, investing energy into school programs, setting a good example, being a good role-model and being inclusive of others.

Honour and Merit

Honour Roll is an intermediate student that has an cumulative 3.5 – 4.0 grade point average

Merit Roll is an intermediate student that has an cumulative 3.0 – 3.5 grade point average

Honour Roll Grade 4

Jacob Colin

Jonah Payne

Merit Roll Grade 4

Ayden Colin

Julia Harcus

Honour Roll Grade 5

Ivy Smith

Merit Roll Grade 5

Alyssa Wasney

Avneet Powar

Matthew Flamand

Montana Dagg

Owen Drinkwater

Honour Roll Grade 6

Trinity Payne

Merit Roll Grade 6

Marcus Getz

Honour Roll Grade 7

JT Boltz

Shane Kappes

Robert McLaren

Merit Roll Grade 7

Stephanie Bineau

Portia Grandmaison

Angelina Hollihn

Noah Srahulek-Kingsley

 

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