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Students honoured with Canada 150 ICE Awards Scholarships

On Tuesday afternoon, the Lethbridge School Division Board of Trustees handed out six Canada 150 ICE Awards Scholarships.
Each student took home $1,000, as Community Engagement Committee chairperson Genny Steed also handed out certificates to the winners.
Winners of the 2022 scholarships were split into two categories:
Grade 9/10:
Roxana Albu (Grade 9 Chinook High School) - Expression Through the Paint
Melora Bowie (Grade 9 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute) - Cramp Kits
Ava Martin (Grade 9 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute) - Nails by Avalee.
Grade 11/12:
Samarpit Paul (Grade 11 Winston Churchill High School) - Advantage of Quantum Computers
Kieran Schmidtke ( Grade 12 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute) - Bridges Consulting Music Program
Kaydence Tanner (Grade 12 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute) - The Pop Stop.
Honourable mention certificates were also handed out to four other finalists:
Madison Elford (Grade 9 Chinook High School) - Christmas Stockings
Sara Kozub (Grade 9 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute) - Crochet Dolls
Josie Meyer (Grade 11 Winston Churchill High School) - Quilting Project
Grant Nelson (Grade 11 Winston Churchill High School) - Green Certificate.

For a recap on the six award-winning projects, please see the video below:

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