Turnaround Achievement Awards given to 10 students

Article Posted: Friday, May 26, 2017

The Woodstock Education Centre of Anglophone West School District and Craig Manufacturing honoured students who have worked extremely hard to make positive and lasting changes in their lives.

At a ceremony on May 25 in Woodstock, 10 students received Turnaround Achievement Awards.   

The Turnaround Achievement Awards go to students who have shown the most effort, commitment and perseverance in turning around their lives. It affirms the true spirit of education: to assist youth in facing challenges and to redirect their lives so that they may lead a productive future.

“This award is a well-deserved recognition to the students who did not give up,” said David McTimoney, superintendent, Anglophone West School District. “It is rewarding to see that you have persevered through the difficult times at school and found a higher level of success.”

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Turnaround Achievement Awards went to the following students:

·         Orlando Demerchant, Meduxnekeag Consolidated School

·         Tristan Sarchfield, Meduxnekeag Consolidated School

·         Landyn McPhail, Townsview School

·         Zachary Kinney, Townsview School

·         Noah Pike, Woodstock High School

·         Noah Reid, Woodstock High School

·         Jordan Williams, Southern Victoria High School

·         Destiny Moss, Nackawic High School

·         Isaac Gould, Nackawic Elementary School

·         Britney McQuade, Perth-Andover Middle School​

The program also recognizes teachers that go the extra mile in helping students achieve their goals and 
personal best. Mary Kim Schriver from Nackawic High School received the Above and Beyond Award.                                        

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