Ryan, MacLachlan's musical prodigy and Grade 2W student, did not let an arm injury and and a missed flight stop him from showcasing his talents. Ryan followed up winning first place in the Provincial Finals by moving on to the Canadian National Music Competition Finals where he again finished first in the piano division for 7 year olds. With an outstanding mark of 97%, he also won the grand prize for 7-10yrs for all instruments. This achievement saw Ryan excel despite facing his most demanding musical competition to date. Congratulations, Ryan!
Language Ms. Chantal Jabbour Carter Science Ms. Chantal Jabbour Carson History Ms. Samantha Campbell Carter French Mrs. Darlene Elson Tianyi Geography Mrs. Jennifer Syrota Gayan Math Mrs. Meghan Tomasik Aariz Music Ms. Rachelle Kelly Eldrick Visual Art Ms. Christine Butterfield Luna 21st Century Skills Ms. Granville Alyssa Health & Phys.Ed. Ms. Beverly Long Gayan Head’s Award Mr. Michael Piening Gayan Diligence Ms. Chantal Jabbour Jake Spirit & Pride Mrs. Meghan Tomasik Carter Best Overall Achievement Scholarship Ms. Jacki Bright Gayan
The much anticipated Final House Showdown and Awards Ceremony took place on June 14th . All four houses gathered on the backfield proudly wearing their house coloured t-shirts and accessories as they discussed strategies for the A-MAZE-ing Race. The giant inflatable corn maze held 37 envelopes per house and contained puzzle pieces, secret advantages and opportunities to U-Turn other teams. House members had to navigate the maze in search of their specific number and then use the puzzle pieces to solve a riddle. Despite being U-Turned twice, Sumner was the first House to reach the mat, with Thomas coming in close behind. Unfortunately, Sumner accumulated 6 minutes in time penalties allowing Thomas to become the winners of the A-MAZE-ing Race! After serving their time penalty, Sumner took second place, Colboure came in third and Chisholm was last to reach the mat.
After a delicious BBQ lunch and ice cream treat, Grade 7-12 students assembled in the gym for the Year End Awards Ceremony. Here, students were recognized for various achievements throughout the year including being published in Blossomings, participating in Duke trips, community service efforts and select students were awarded the Meritorious Intramural Recognition for their sportsmanship in Student/Staff sports teams. In addition, two students in each non-graduating year were awarded a Spirit & Pride award and a Diligence award.
Diligence Award Winners Spirit & Pride Winners
Grade 7: Neha Abby
Grade 9: Max Ahmad
Grade 10: Lojain Sophie
Grade 11: Edith Josh
After taking into consideration the House League events that have taken place in CLEAR and in assemblies throughout the year, Grade 7 and 8 House League results, participation in Student/Staff Sports and the results of the A-MAZE-ing race, it was revealed that Sumner took ownership of the Seidenberg Cup for the second consecutive year!