Pleasant Corners Public School students awarded in graduation ceremony

At the Pleasant Corners Public School graduation ceremony on Tuesday, June 26, several students were awarded for outstanding performance during the school year.  Award winners were as follows:

Nathalie Clermont Trophy for French: Aryan Pandit

Macdonald Trophy for Excellence in Language Arts: Kaitlin Rainey

K & W Assaly Award for Excellence in French as a Second Language: Jonathon Sauve

Folkhard-Stewart Drama Award for Outstanding Performance in Drama: Liam Martin

MacLeod Trophy for Excellence in Music: Kaitlin Rainey

LeRoy Trophy for Excellence in Health and Physical Education: Denver Dawson

Bob Nield Trophy for Outstanding Achievement in History: Austin Bigelow

Dunsmore Trophy for Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics: David Goyette

Peggy Carpenter Trophy for Excellence in Geography: Jude Southgate

Kelly Trophy for Outstanding Achievement in Science: Marc-Olivier Ravary

Wyman Bradford Award for Student Reaching Potential: Nathan Baron

Know Presbyterian Church Citizenship Award for Outstanding Contribution in All Areas of Student Life: Bella Levitt

Volunteerism Award: William Gauthier

Burwash Trophy for Best Female Athlete: Kaleigh Allard

Fitzpatrick Trophy for Best Male Athlete: Jack Freedman

Cunning Trophy for Highest Academic Achievement: Bella Levitt

Principal’s Award for Student Leadership: Cody Rickerd

Freda Todd Award for Artistic Talent in Creative Writing or Visual Arts: Jaelynn Hall

Carkner Trophy for Most Improved Male: Thomas Demers

Rainey Trophy for Most Improved Female: Hannah Willett

Trustee’s Award for Character Education: Logan Nixon

Valedictorians: Cody Rickerd and Jack Freedman

Perseverance and Resiliency Award: Alyson Thompson


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