When the going got tough in their academic and personal lives, 13 Woodstock-area Anglophone School District West students put forth extra effort to turn things around and fulfill their respective potentials.

And last Wednesday, school district officials, parents, guardians, counsellors, and assorted dignitaries gathered at the Best Western Plus Woodstock Hotel & Conference Centre to honour these students at the annual Turnaround Achievement Awards ceremony. The Turnaround Achievement Awards, sponsored by Craig Manufacturing, honour students who strive to improve their behaviour and academic performance despite significant personal challenges.

All Grade 12 Turnaround Achievement Award recipients are eligible to apply for a scholarship from Craig Manufacturing if they plan to attend community college or university.

Anglophone School District West congratulates these determined young students and wishes them continued success in their lives and academic careers!

2023 Woodstock-area Turnaround Achievement Award winners:

Grade 12

  • Carley Davenport—Woodstock High School – Grade 12
  • Anika Ledger—Woodstock High School- Grade 12
  • Connor Perley—John Caldwell School- Grade 12
  • Keagan Shattler—Southern Victoria High School- Grade 12

Grade 11

  • Rian Turner—Nackawic High School- Grade 11

Grade 8

  • Christian Dennis—Meduxnekeag Consolidated School- Grade 8
  • Wyatt Kimball—Townsview School- Grade 8
  • Colleen Taverne—Perth-Andover Middle School- Grade 8

Grade 5

  • Calleigh Dyer—Donald Fraser Memorial School- Grade 5
  • Paisley English—Andover Elementary School- Grade 5
  • Jase Brooks-Lisoway—Nackawic Elementary School- Grade 5
  • Daniel Rhooms—Townsview School- Grade 5
  • Ander Trujillo-Cervantes—Meduxnekeag Consolidated School- Grade 5
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