Recognition of outstanding music skills


École Mother Teresa School recognized students from Grades 3 to 5 in Kim Klassen’s music class June 14.

École Mother Teresa School recognized students from Grades 3 to 5 in Kim Klassen’s music class June 14. Students were commended for their outstanding music skills, effort and enthusiasm.

They included, in the back row, Taylor Sealy, Abigail Suderman, Sara DeGannes, Rachael Stauffer, Abbigail Adair, Jessica Kraft, Ryleigh Alexander, Quinn Persson, Riley Cann, Zach Jurak, Logan Lavallee and Janelle Katterhagen; in the middle row, Mackenzie Siemens, Kaci Babuik, Jetta Futton, Jaden Klumpenhower, Justin St. Germain and Owen Green; and in the front row, Amber Martin, Isabella Herzog, Logan O’Grady, Sophia Arnusch, Sierra Piper, Kalli Matthew, Bryce Hamilton, Riya Parmar and Corissa Crowther.

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