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Honouring Spirit: Indigenous Student Awards Nominees

The Honouring Spirit: Indigenous Student Awards recognize First Nations, Métis and Inuit students who model strength and commitment in the pursuit of their personal education path and embrace their own gifts, strengths and potential while celebrating the ways of Indigenous peoples. Students are nominated by members of their school community, based on their unique qualities that inspire their peers, teachers, education leaders and community members.


Twenty-two students from St. Paul Education were nominated and selected to receive certificates of honourable mention. Congratulations to each and every one of our honourable mentions - we are proud of you!

  • Lexii-Faye Quinney Nominated by Ashmont School

  • Francis Jayson Whiskeyjack Nominated by Ashmont School

  • Maisie Smallboy Nominated by Ashmont School

  • Ryleigh Quinney Nominated by Ashmont School

  • Noah Cage Shirt Nominated by Ashmont School

  • Reagan Simone Hunter Nominated by Ashmont School

  • Darian Wacanta Halfe Nominated by Glen Avon School

  • Patience Anderson-Loyie Nominated by Glen Avon School

  • Frandon Jackson Nominated by Glen Avon School

  • Darian Steinhauer Nominated by Glen Avon School

  • Elianna Cardinal Nominated by Glen Avon School

  • Ryker Stanley Nominated by Heinsburg School

  • Rikki-Lynn Stanley Nominated by Heinsburg School

  • Mystic Stanley Nominated by Heinsburg School

  • Evertt Quinney Nominated by Heinsburg School

  • Ezra Wade Nominated by Heinsburg School

  • Gabriel Ashton Morin Nominated by Heinsburg School

  • Dailyn Riel Lajimodiere Nominated by St. Paul Elementary School

  • Tiana Destiny Woodgate-Beauregard Nominated by St. Paul Elementary School

  • Shayden Alexander Skye Jackson-Large Nominated by St. Paul Elementary School

  • Aaliyah Dionne Jackson Nominated by St. Paul Alternate Education Centre

  • Jyllian Cerah Lucille Jackson Nominated by St. Paul Regional High School

These awards are sponsored by the Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA) supported by the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Alberta Education, the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, College of Alberta School Superintendents (CASS), Alberta School Councils’ Association (ASCA) and Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA). Each student will receive a certificate from ASBA and a small gift from the St. Paul Education Board of Trustees.


Congratulations to each and every one of our honourable mentions - we are proud of you!





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