Principal Mrs. Graham with the grade 8 top academic students and Vice Principal Mr. Verde.

AESS Top Awards for 2014/ 2015 School Year

tudents and staff gathered to recognize those that exceeded expectations and performed to the very best of their abilities

The students at Agassiz Elementary Secondary School have worked hard all year. Last week, the students and staff gathered to recognize those that exceeded expectations and performed to the very best of their abilities. Aside from Honour Roll recipients, here is a list of awards presented:

Top Honour Roll Students:

Grade 10: Hannah Exley and Cody Sayo

Grade 11: Jacob Lucki, Ian Wilson and Euan Sayo

Students of Distinction:

Grade 7: Phillip Schwichtenberg, Emma Martin

Grade 8: Anna Madsen, Lucas Irwin

Grade 9: Jaydin Lees, Drew Ramey

Grade 10: Mercede McBride, Tanner Douglas

Grade 11: Sydney Vander Wyk, Kevin Sanchez

Grade 12: Ashley Sicard, Jade Solomon

Outstanding Leader Award: Emily White

History Award: Hunter Ramey

Humanities: Hunter Ramey

Home Economics: Elisha Johnson-Jensen, Jeremy Harris, Ashley Sicard, Kristen Walton, Amber Ruddell

Top Junior Foods: Anna Madsen

Math / Science: Melissa Vermette

Outstanding Junior Musician: Dakota Pope

Spirit Award: Gage Sippel

Outstanding Senior Musician: Teagean McNeil

Auto Technology: Trevor Bobb

Top All Round Student: Hunter Ramey

Top Academic Grade 12: Melissa Vermette and Hunter Ramey

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