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19Jun 2017

Eaton School Celebrates Student Achievement

Eaton School hosted its 40th annual Colour Night Ceremony on June 19th at 7:00.  Students were presented with a number of awards to celebrate their achievements in academics, sports, and music throughout the school year.  A number of local scholarships were also presented to graduating students.

The evening began with the presentation of academic awards.  There were a number of students who earned academic awards throughout the high school but a special note of congratulations goes to Danielle, Aaron, and Kelsey for receiving the award for the highest averages in grades 10, 11 and 12.

After the academic awards were presented, a number of sports awards were presented.  Deserving athletes in football, volleyball, basketball, cross country, badminton, and track all received awards.  The athletes of the year were Kelsey and Kesron.

After the sports awards there were several special awards and scholarships presented.  A special award of recognition from Sun West was presented to Cade for being drafted by the WHL.  Scholarships were presented to the following students:

Kindersley Rotary Club - Kelsey Guidinger
Queen Alexandra Chapter #84 - Kelsey Guidinger
Access Communications Scholarship - Tessa King
Angus Alexander Morrison Memorial - Kelsey Guidinger
Town of Eatonia Award - Ashley Adams
Spartan Alumni Scholarship - Kelsey Guidinger & Tessa King
EOL Bursary - Kelsey Guidigner
Focus IVM Scholarship - Tessa King
Prairie Centre Credit Union Scholarships - Tessa King & Keley Guidinger
Kindersley & District Co-Op - Kelsey Guidinger
R.G. Mealey Award - Ashley Adams
Kindersley Clarion Valedictorian Award - Kelsey Guidinger

After the scholarships were preseneted Cassidy Schuh was awarded the Governor General's Medal for 2015-16.  Miss Wall, Miss Radies, Mrs. Facca, and Mr. Vanthuyne were presented with goodbye gifts from the SRC, and the awards for Most Improved Student and Student of the Year were presented.  The Most Improved students were Brody and Alyssa, and the Students of the Year were Hannah S., and Max.

Congratulations to all of the students who were winners at Colour Night.  Also Eaton School would like to thank the businesses and service organizations that donated Scholarships.    Their generous support helps our students acheive their academic goals.