THE Parkside Secondary grad class of 2017 is, front row, left to right, Jason McLean, Celin Armes, Maya Spence-Angus, Jenna Ippel, Sabrina Davis, Keesha Fowler, Raylyn Brown, Kelsey White and Tye Peden. Back row, left to right, Grant Cooley, Henry Wilson, Andrew Wells, Jordon Jack, Taylor Evans, Megan Bellamy, Brandon Halpin, Andrea LeFrancois, Kris Dennis, Bailey Forcier-Yake, Brydan Halbauer, Jesse Presby, Grant Cooley, Dakota Fowler and Travis Rinsma. Parlside Secondary/Cara Devaney photo

Parkside celebrates its grads of 2017

THE following Parkside Secondary 2017 grads received scholarships and awards for their work over the year.

The Outstanding Achievement in First Nations Art award went to Kelsey White while the Outstanding Achievement in Fine Arts was awarded to Andrea Lefrancois.

The Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship award went to Bailey Forcier-Yake while the Outstanding Achievement in Attendance award and the Outstanding Achievement in English 12 award went to Megan Bellamy.

The Outstanding Achievement award in Foods 12 award went to Jesse Presby and the Outstanding Achievement in Heavy Mechanical Trades award went to Jenna Ippel.

The Outstanding Achievement in Automotive Service Technician award went to Travis Rinsma while the Outstanding Achievement in Professional Cook Level 1 award was presented to Jesse Hakes.

Megan Bellamy, Bailey Forcier-Yake and Andrea LeFrancois received district schoarship awards of $1,250.

The CMAA $500 scholarship winner was Andrea Lefrancois and the Northern Motor Inn $100 Bursary went to Celin Armes.

Parkside is the Coast Mountains School District’s alternate secondary school in Terrace.

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