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GPPSD students receiving awards at the 2018-2019 Northern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair

May 09, 2019
Congratulations to all the winning GPPSD students who have participated in the Northern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair on Thursday, May 2 at the Teresa Sargent Hall at the Montrose Cultural Centre.

The winners are as follows:

  • “Spirit of the Fair” Award – Sadie Galavan and Samatha Lee, grade five students from Maude Clifford Public School for “Provincial Government”
  • Family Genealogy Project – Brooklyn Robideau, grade six students from Isabel Campbell Public School for “Who Is Ethel Catherwood”
  • Archive User Prize(s) – Brooklyn Robideau, grade six student from Isabel Campbell Public School for “Who Is Ethel Catherwood”
  • Best Overall Project – Rylee McIvor, grade five student from Maude Clifford Public School for “Famous Five”
  • Regional Topic – Brook Russell, grade six student from Isabel Campbell Public School for “Randi Guest”
  • Provincial Topic – Sadie Galavan and Samantha Lee, grade five students from Maude Clifford Public School for “Provincial Government”
  • Canadian Places – Brynn Friesen, grade five student from Isabel Campbell Public School, and Kaitlyn Brown, grade five student from Maude Clifford Public School for “Jasper National Park”
  • Canadian Identity – Brooklyn Robideau, grade six student from Isabel Campbell Public School for “Who Is Ethel Catherwood”
  • The Students Choice Award was tied for first place with Summer Morgan and Mya Ungstad, grade five students from Maude Clifford Public School, and Rylee McIvor, grade five student from Maude Clifford Public School for “The Famous Five.”

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Rylee McIvor wins Best Overall Project for her “Famous Five” project during the Northern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair closing awards ceremony inside the Teresa Sargent Hall at the Montrose Cultural Centre early Thursday afternoon. Photo by Peter Shokeir from the Daily Herald Tribune

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