Blyth, Hullett, Walton students honoured at CHSS commencement - Oct. 12, 2017
Former and current Central Huron Secondary School students attended commencement at the school last Friday including many local graduating students who have some new accolades for their award shelves.
Jessica Caldwell-Albert received the Clinton Optimist Club Co-Op Award presented to a student with the best success in a co-op placement involving children or youth. She also received received the Usborne and Hibbert Mutual Fire Insurance Company Award, presented to deserving graduating students who are furthering their education at college or university and have shown the most improvement at high school.
Ryan Edwards-Kiss was one of the recipients of the Communication Technology Award given to a deserving graduate who has made a significant contribution in the field.
Jamie-Lee Eckert received the Crime Stoppers Award which is presented to a graduate who has done well in the field of law and security, criminal justice or policing. Eckert also received one of the Jean McEwen Scholarship Awards given to students to assist with post-secondary education costs.
Tyler Westerhout received the Huron Federation of Agriculture Bursary, which is presented to a graduate pursuing post-secondary education in the field of agriculture. Westerhout also received the Brian Hill Award presented to a deserving student from the applied-level program pursuing a future in agriculture.
Jenna McDonald received the West Wawanosh Mutual Insurance Company award presented to students pursuing post-secondary studies in agriculture. She also received the Norman Parks award which is presented to a student from Blyth pursuing a post-secondary education.
Naomi Filiatreault received the Municipality of Central Huron Award, presented to a student from the municipality who has made meaningful contributions to school life.
Holly Major received the Ontario Co-operative Education Association Award for proficiency in co-operative education.
Rebecca Schultz received an Optimal Health Physical Education Award, which is presented to deserving students in physical education.
Shelby Hamp received her Specialist High Skills Major Red Seal which is presented to students who participate in the information and communications technology, health and wellness or manufacturing high skills major program and met the necessary requirements. Hamp also received the TD Canada Trust Creative Award, presented to a student who has demonstrated an interest in creative arts.
Andrew Reinink received his Specialist High Skills Major Red Seal.