Early childhood studies [kindergarten] students wear their medals. Left-right, are Sebastian Cayanong of ECS-A, Emily Fleming of ECS-A, Mila Sharkawi of ECS-A, Jaxon Wilkinson of ECS-B, Hailey Starko of ECS-B and Kalan Laboucan of ECS-B.
St. Andrew’s School in High Prairie presented awards to winners in the school’s annual Oratorical competition March 11. Medals were presented to top students in each grade or class. Carley Cox, a Grade 5 student, won the Overall Elementary category winner for the third consecutive year. Her sister, Kelly Cox, won the award in 2016 and 2017.
Oratorical winners’ list
Early Childhood Studies (Top three students in each class received medals.)
ECS-A – Sebastian Cayanong, Emily Fleming, Mila Sharkawi.
ECS-B – Jaxon Wilkinson, Hailey Starko, Kellan Laboucan.
Lyka Laudencia Ethan Melnyk Cairo Lawson
Zerra Auger Dominic Lawson Claire Lasher
Noah Meunier Ryder McIntyre Nickolas Melnyk
Addison Dube Jullisa Wilkinson Cianna SalaiNathaniel Reyes
Parker Caron Nadene Tolentino
Carley Cox Sydney Turcotte Amanda Donahue
Reid Oliver Ava Kachuk Gillian Blackhurst
Carley Cox was named the Best Overall performer at the High Prairie St. Andrew’s School Oratorical competition March 11. She recited the Johnny Cash classic A Boy Named Sue. Third-place winners in each grade wear their medals. Left-right are Grade 2 winner Nickolas Melnyk, Grade 1A winner Cairo Lawson [in front], Grade 6 winner Gillian Blackhurst, Grade 4 winner Nadene Tolentino, and Grade 1B winner Claire Lasher. Missing were Grade 3 winner Cianna Salai and Grade 5 winner Amanda Donahue. Second-place winners in each grade wear their medals. Left-right are Grade 3 winner Jullisa Wilkinson, Grade 1A winner Ethan Melnyk [in front], Grade 4 winner Parker Caron, Grade 5 winner Sydney Turcotte, Grade 2 winner Ryder McIntyre, and Grade 1B winner Dominic Lawson. Missing is Grade 6 winner Ava Kachuk. First-place winners in each grade wear their medals. In the front row, left-right, are: Grade 1B winner Zerra Auger, Grade 2 winner Noah Meunier, and Grade 1A winner Lyka Laudencia. In the back row, left-right, are Grade 3 winner Addison Dube, Grade 6 winner Reid Oliver, Grade 6 winner Carley Cox, and Grade 4 winner Nathaniel Reyes.