Blackville School held their Recognition Awards Ceremony on Monday, June 1. Grade 12 student Graham Manderville and grade 11 student Ashlyn Moody received the Most Outstanding Academic and Extra-curricular Awards.
Manderville also received the Fenton Sturgeon Memorial Award which is awarded to a grade 12 student who has been involved in sports for all four years of high school. Special consideration is given to students who have volunteered their time coaching younger athletes outside school hours.
High School Male Athlete of the Year went to Graham Manderville and High School Female Athlete of the Year went to grade 10 student Kailey Donovan. The Kathy McCormack Award, recognizing athletes who are great school ambassadors, went to grade 12 student Larissa Bryenton.
Middle School Male Athlete went to Denver Donovan and Middle School Female Athlete went to Tori Sullivan.
Congratulations to all of our
Choir and Band students and vocal soloists who gave a fabulous performance at
our annual Choir and Band Spring Concert held on the evening of Tuesday, May
26, 2015. A special thanks to Graham Manderville and Brooke Underhill who did
an excellent job as emcees at our program.We would also like to extend our thanks to Mr. Buggie, Mrs.Pamela Underhill, Mrs. Twila Sturgeon, Mrs.
Sobey, and other staff, students and parents who assisted at the concert.It was greatly appreciated!
receiving gold standards at the Miramichi Regional Music Festival, both of our
school choirs were recommended by the choral adjudicator to compete at
provincials.The ProvincialChoralCompetition results for 2015 are as
Class 108 –
Florine Despres Award – School Choir, 12 years of age and under
PlaceBlackville School Elementary
Class 106 – David
Ouchterlony Award – School Choir, 16 years of age and under
PlaceBlackville School Girls’ Choir
Recommeded to advance to the National Music
Hats off to all of our choir students!All of your hard work in choir throughout the
year has produced great results. You have made Blackville School and the
community of Blackville very proud!