Music students honoured

A number of H. J. Cody music students were honoured for their achievements during the year end concert held June 12 at

A number of H. J. Cody music students were honoured for their achievements during the year end concert held June 12 at Red Deer College.

Following are the winners, as provided by teacher Kerry Heisler.


Most Improved: Amanda Gyori (Gr. 9), Dylan Lisafeld (Gr. 10) and Chase Thomas (Gr. 11).

Excellence in Music: Hannah Shaxted (Gr. 9), Mykala Andrushko (Gr. 10), Shaye Lyons (Gr. 11).

Musical Citizenship: Ryley Cordell (Gr. 10) and Sheldon Walker (Gr. 11).

Warkentin Choral Award in recognition of outstanding contribution to the H. J. Cody Choir through leadership and personal commitment to excellence in vocal performance – Sloane Davis.


Most Improved: Joe Andrechek (Gr. 9), Brody Burk (Gr. 10), Bridget Swabey (Gr. 11).

Excellence in Music: Brianne Hughes (Gr. 9), Rachelle Janisse (Gr. 10), David Jones (Gr. 10), Shaye Lyons (Gr. 11).

Musical Citizenship: Breanna Tait (Gr. 9), T. J. Sloboda (Gr. 10) and Sheldon Walker (Gr. 11).

Band 212 in recognition of outstanding contribution to the H. J. Cody Band through love and appreciation of music, effort and reliability, courtesy and respect towards others and willingness to go the extra mile – Taylor Solberg.

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