Churchill Community High School Awards
Churchill Community High Awards/Recognition
We value student achievement and recognize it at year end award celebrations. The following is a brief explanation of these awards.
Throughout the year incentives are given out (by draw) to students for excellent and perfect attendance.
Outstanding attendance certificates are presented to those students who accumulate a maximum of one day unexcused absence per semester.
A certificate is given to any student who is in full attendance for each school day throughout the year. N.L.S.D. has an attendance cash award of $1,000.00 for grade 7-12 perfect attendance.
Middle Years Subject Recognition
Subject recognition attempts to recognize special abilities and effort in specific subject areas. Recognition is done on teacher advice on a class-by-class basis. Criteria will be reviewed by the teachers at the beginning of each year. There may be more than one student recognized per subject per class based on teacher choice and circumstance.
Secondary Subject Recognition
Subject recognition will serve to recognize special abilities and effort in specific subject areas. A combination of the assessment tools presently used to make judgements will be used to make nominations. There may be more than one student recognized due to various teachers and circumstances.
Outstanding Effort Award (Most Improved Award)
Each year Middle Years (Gr.7-9) students may be recognized for superior commitment and personal involvement in a school related endeavour. Students who demonstrate proven leadership will be nominated by their teachers for this certificate.
High School Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards
These pins recognize students for their academic average. An overall average of greater than 84.5 percent is used to award a gold pin; an average between 74.5 and 84.4 percent is awarded silver; an average between 64.5 and 74.4 is awarded a bronze pin.
Academic Proficiency Award
This award is based on the average of six core subjects and the highest 30 level Math and highest 20/30 level elective.
Core subjects: ELA 20, ELA A30, ELA B30, Math 20, Highest 20/30 level Science and highest 30 level Social (History or Native Studies)
Other Courses: Highest 30 level Math and highest 30 level elective
Paul John Proficiency Award - Grade Nine
Each year, recognition will be made to a male and female student of aboriginal ancestry attending Grade 9. Criteria may include academics, leadership, athletics, role modeling, and overall commitment.
Baptiste Ratt Trophy – Grade Ten
The Baptiste Ratt award is presented to a male and female grade ten student of aboriginal ancestry who has shown academic proficiency, athletic involvement/proficiency and leadership skills.
Senior Athlete of the Year
One male and one female will be recognized from the Secondary grades. Students will be selected based on athletic proficiency, leadership, participation and overall commitment.
Junior Athlete of the Year
One male and one female student will be selected from Middle Years. Students will be selected based on athletics, leadership, participation, and overall commitment.
Jimmy Roberts Memorial Award - Grade 12 Grad
This award is given to a grade 12 graduating student with the best attendance and is a Lac La Ronge Indian Band member. Should there not be and LLRIB members in the graduating class, the award will go to the graduating First Nations student with the best attendance. Should there not be a graduating First Nations student, the award will be given to a graduating student with the best attendance. In the event of a tie, the award will be given to the student with the higher academic average.
Graduate of the Year
The Graduate of the Year Award is presented annually at the graduation exercises to an all-round graduate, based on the following criteria during the current school year; academic proficiency, involvement in school activities, positive working relationships with peers and staff.
Each year a Middle Years male and female and a Senior High male and female student are recognized for their leadership and efforts in general school activities.