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K-6 Awards at Elkhorn School

Now that the excitement and pomp of high school graduation week is over it is time for the K-6 grade students of Elkhorn school to have their special day.

Now that the excitement and pomp of high school graduation week is over it is time for the K-6 grade students of Elkhorn school to have their special day.

 The school gym was filled excited students and lots of parents and grandparents to share in their awards and recognition, recently. After the opening ceremonies each of the grades were given recognition by their teacher for wide and colourful range of accomplishments.

 The first group would be the kindergarten students of Ms. Pam Jamieson. Each of the students wore a special red graduation cap and were presented certificates of promotion. They would also receive awards for, best story teller, best animal expert, best reader, best smile, best artist, most cheerful, awesome attitude, super speller, class fashion expert, best printer, best helper, and others.

 The other grade levels would receive awards for most improved, the diligence award, the Elk`s Three C award, and general proficiency award in different subject areas. While in grades five and six there was a music excellence award given out by Mrs. Unger.

Following the academic awards school P.E. teacher Mr.Tyler Wood presented recognition and awards for grades K-6 sports accomplishments.

The school parent council gave out two special awards; the first was the best play ground citizenship award to Ottlie McCallum, and Spencer Chapman. The award was presented by parent council chair Cheryl Sisson. Ms. Pam Jamieson was called forward and presented with a gift for her several years of teaching at Elkhorn School. Ms. Jamison will take on the duties of a teacher principal at Boundary Lane Hutterite Colony next year. Ms Sisson and principal Mr. Barrate both express their gratitude for her dedication to the school students and the many other extra school activities she was involved with to make the school a better place to work and learn.