Congratulations to our 2019
YES I CAN! AWARD WINNERS
L to R: Dakota Jaques (Allan), Destiny Forsberg (Rosthern), Alia Anthony (Warman), Rave Tanner (Osler), Tyson Mullen (Plenty), Jordon Vessey (Martensville)
Dakota Jaques – Employment Award
Destiny Forsberg -Academics Award
Alia Anthony – Extracurricular Activity Award
Tyson Mullen – Employment Award
Thank you to our Austin Padalec & Maia Macatangay for their musical performances.
Nominate a student you know for the 2019 Yes I Can Awards today!
Click here —> for the 2019 Yes I Can Application form
The Yes I Can! Award acknowledges the achievements of children and youth with intensive supports (grades 4-12) who have overcome challenges or public misconceptions;
- Encourages children and youth with intensive needs to seek their highest potential; and
- Increases awareness of the abilities, aspirations, and personal qualities of people with intensive supports.
Congratulations to our 2018 WINNERS!
Independent Living Skills: Rylie Pocha
Extracurricular Activity: Aislin Camilleri
Academics: Hannah E.
Community Service: Kaelen Reynolds
Art: Phillip Sperling
Winner of the Harry Dahl Scholarship: Amy Hattum
A big thank you to our musical talent who entertained guests throughout the awards ceremony.
Alex Hettich, Cassidy Lambert & James Blackburn
Athletics/Extracurricular Activity: Eli Riedel
Academics: Zachariah Holodniuk
Community Service: Ali Cole-Johnson
Independent Living Skills: Madison Lucas
Employment: Royal Bean winners: Cole Gruza, Josh Hamoline, Courtney Nesbitt, Braxton Whiteside, Lane Silzer, Ethan Laughren, Rory McEvoy and Jordon Vessey
CEC International Award Winner honoured in Boston, MA April 2017
Community Service: Quinn Smith-Windsor (Waskesiu Lake, SK)