Clavet School Awards Night Criterion 2013

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Clavet School Awards
Criterion
2013-2014
Recognizing Excellence in:
ACADEMICS
ATHLETICS
ARTS
Honour Roll
Grades 7-9
• The names of the students achieving Honour Roll will be
placed on an engraved plaque and will receive a certificate.
• Criteria:
• Students with an average between:
- 85% - 89% will be on the “Honour Roll”.
- 90-94% will receive the designation of
“Honour Roll with Distinction”.
- 95% or greater will receive the designation of
“Honour Roll with Great Distinction”.
Honour Roll Criteria
• Grades 7 – 9
SUBJECT
MIN./CYCLE
% FOR NONBAND STUDENTS
% FOR BAND
STUDENTS
ELA
360
20
18
MATH
360
20
18
SCIENCE
180
10
9
HEALTH
180
10
9
FRENCH/COM 180
10
9
S. STUDIES
180
10
9
PHYS. ED.
180
10
9
QUADS
180
10
9
BAND
210
0
10
Total
1800/2010
100
100
Honour Roll
Grades 10-12
• The names of the students achieving Honour Roll will be
placed on an engraved plaque and will receive a certificate .
• Criteria:
• Students with an average between 85% - 89% will be
on the “Honour Roll”.
• Students on the Honour roll with an average between
90-94% will receive the designation of
“Honour Roll with Distinction”.
• Students with an average of 95% or greater will
receive the designation of
“Honour Roll with Great Distinction”.
Grade 10
• 8 courses in that year are used
Grade 11
• 8 courses in that year are used
Grade 12
• 8 courses in that year are used
Subject Awards
• This award is presented to a student in each subject area from
grades 7-12. If more than one form of the subject exists, a subject
award will be presented to each form.
• Not all subject awards may necessarily be given out each year.
• The award recipient for each subject is based on the following
criteria:
• The student must be functioning at his/her capacity in class.
• The student must demonstrate enthusiasm and passion for
the class.
• The student must be one of the top 3 in terms of marks.
• The student must come prepared to class.
• The student must hand in assignments & projects on time.
• If a student receives 100% in the subject, a subject award will
automatically be given.
• In the case where two or more students fulfill the criteria above
equally they may be deemed by the committee as:
• Co-winners of the award OR
• A winner may be determined by looking at the total
contribution in that year to the subject area.
MOE HRYCIW AWARD
• This award is presented to one grade 12 student who has
met the following criteria:
• Highest average of the marks in:
Biology 20 & 30
Physics 20 & 30 and
Chemistry 20 & 30
(weighting; 60% at Level 30 and 40% at Level 20)
• Must have taken all six science classes.
• If no student meets the criteria above the award will not
be presented that year.
IVOR TRISCHUK MATH AWARD
• This award is presented to one grade 12 student who excels
in the field of Mathematics. The recipient must meet the
following criteria:
• Have the highest aggregate of the final marks
in Foundations and Pre-Calculus 10, PreCalculus 20, Pre-Calculus 30 and Calculus.
• In the case where two or more students fulfill the criteria
above equally they will be deemed by the committee as cowinners of the award.
PROFICIENCY AWARD
• Awarded to one student in each grade from 7-12.
• Criteria to be eligible for the award :
• Must have a minimum academic overall average of 85%
• Must participate in at least one club/team
• Must volunteer in Clavet school
• Must demonstrate strong character attributes
POINT AWARDING SYSTEM:
A. LEADERSHIP AND
B. CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES (in
SERVICE
0 – 5 hours = 1 point
6 – 25 hours = 3 points
26 – 50 hours = 5 points
51 – 100 hours = 8 points
101 – 150 hours = 10 points
151 + hours = 15 points
school only)
1 – 50 hours = 5 points
50 – 150 hours = 10 points
150 + hours = 15 points
PLUS
District competitor = hour points
+ 2 points
Conference competitor = hour
points + District points + 3
points
Provincial competitor = hour
points + District points + regional
points + 5 points
***(Up to a maximum of 25 points
per sport or activity)
C. ACADEMICS
1 point for every percent of the
average*
Example: 86% average = 86 points
*Average is based on the honor roll
criteria
ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE
AWARDS
• Three levels for these awards based on the
number of points (proficiency points) the student
has accumulated for the year.
• The three levels are:
• Gold (140 + points)
• Silver (120 – 139 points)
• Bronze (100 – 119 points)
• All students in a grade who meet the point
requirements for the student proficiency award
(based on the same scoring system), receive a
certificate.
JR. & SR. ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
• Junior: One boy and one girl in grade 7-9 may win the award.
• Senior: One boy and one girl in grade 10-12 may win the award.
• Recipient of this award:
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Must have participated in a variety of school sports.
Must have consistently worked to his/her full potential
Exhibited a high level of commitment to both practice and game schedule
Contributed significantly to the team’s season and/or to the success of the team
Exhibited some/all of the following positive qualities on and off the court/field:
Leadership
Team work
Communication
Commitment and loyalty
Work ethic
Ambassadorship – good representative of the sport, school and community
Respect for coaches, teammates, opponents and officials
Sportsmanship
Recognizing that there needs to be a balance between academics and athletics.
• In the case where two or more athletes fulfill the criteria above equally they may be deemed by
the committee as:
• Co-winners of the award OR
• A winner may be determined by looking at the total contribution in that year to the school
athletic program.
CLAVET SPORTS TEAM AWARDS
• The coach of each team selects a
maximum of 2 awards given to the
recipients of their choice.
• The type of award given is decided
upon by that specific coach (MVP,
MIP, hustler, heart, etc…)
PERFORMING ARTS AWARDS
- Jr. Drama – Sr. Drama – Musical –
• A maximum of 2 awards will be given to the
recipients of their choice.
• The type of award given is decided upon by
that specific coordinator (Best Actor/Actress,
Breakout Performance, Most Dedicated,
Shining Star, …)
JR. ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Awarded to a student in grade 7-9 that meets the
following criteria:
- Involved in the musical, Jr. Drama and/or Sr.
Drama and excels in their role.
- Excels in the quadmester courses of visual art and
music.
- Showcases excellent talent in all of the above areas
- Dedicated to working hard in their artistic
achievements.
SR. ARTISTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Awarded to a grade 10-12 student that
meets the following criteria:
- Involved in the musical and/or Sr.
Drama and excels in their role.
- Enrolled in and excelling in visual art,
photography or drama as an elective
class.
- Showcases excellent talent in all of the
above areas.
- Dedicated to working hard in their
artistic achievements.
GRADE 8 STUDENT LEADERSHIP
- Sarah Thiesson Award –
• A trophy was donated to the school with
the intent that it would be presented each
year to a worthy Grade 8 student. The
recipient is chosen by the previous year’s
recipient in collaboration with the grade 8
teachers.
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
AWARD
• This award is presented to one male and one female from
grades 10-12.
• Nominations and selection for this award are done by the
committee.
• The recipient must demonstrate the following qualities:
• Leadership
• Respect for authority, himself/herself, others and all school
properties
• Self-control in speech and action
• Friendliness, cheerfulness, politeness, and kindness
• Neatness and personal pride in dress, work, desks, lockers,
washrooms, etc.
• Honesty, trustfulness, reliability, and trustworthiness
• Willingness to contribute his/her talents and to cooperate in
school activities
• Makes full use of his/her academic ability through hard work,
perseverance and regular attendance
• Maintains an average above 75%
DIGNEAN SCHOLARSHIP
• The Dignean Scholarship was established by Mr.
Lorne Dignean in 1999. The scholarship takes the
Dignean name in order to commemorate Mr.
Dignean’s parents and his brother who lived in the
Clavet District.
• The scholarship of $500.00 is to be awarded to
students entering the study of Theology and/or
based on financial need.
• Students may apply in September of their
graduating year. They must provide proof of
registration and a copy of their student loan
application and amount granted before September
1st of the following year.
• Award winner is determined by committee.
ANDREW EAGLES MEMORIAL AWARD
- Star Phoenix • The Star Phoenix is sponsoring an award for a graduating student
of Clavet in memory of Andrew Eagles. One student from Clavet
Composite School will win this prestigious award worth $1000.
• The winning student must be in the top 5 for ELA A10, ELA B10,
ELA 20, ELA A30 & ELA B30, be enrolled in a post-secondary
institution, and excel in all strands of ELA.
• Through this award, The Star Phoenix and Clavet Composite
School hope to keep Andrew’s memory alive while helping a
deserving Clavet graduate continue his or her education. Many
thanks to the staff of the Star Phoenix for so graciously
sponsoring this award.
• Award winner is determined by committee.
SPIRIT OF THE YEAR
• Two awards: one from 7 to 9 and one from 10
to 12.
• Students vote for students from their
respective junior or senior area.
• Award is based on a student’s:
• Involvement in school activities
• Leadership shown in promoting school
spirit
• Positive attitude to students, staff,
academics, sports and other activities
CITIZENSHIP AWARD
One recipient per grade - voted on by the
committee.
• Awarded to the recipient who demonstrates
the following characteristics:
• Respectful
• Polite
• Well-mannered
• Positive attitude
• Brings positive energy and enthusiasm to
the school
CERTIFICATES
• A Sign-up will be organized for those
individuals who would like to receive a
certificate for:
• Honour Roll, Honour Roll with Distinction or
Honour Roll with Great Distinction
• Subject Award(s)
• A.C.E. Award
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING
FOR DESIGNING OUR NEW AWARDS
CRITERION
• Clavet Staff
• Clavet Students
• SCC
• Clavet Awards Committee

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