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Brockville Area Students Recognized With Bravo Breakfast Awards

Brockville Area Students Recognized With Bravo Breakfast Awards

Kemptville – The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario celebrated the second of four area Bravo Breakfast Awards this morning at St. Mary Catholic High School in Brockville, recognizing students from the Brockville area schools, including students from Gananoque, Prescott, Toledo and Kemptville, with the prestigious award. One student from each elementary and secondary school is chosen to receive this award annually, which acknowledges the unsung heroes within CDSBEO Catholic schools. This is the tenth year the Board has hosted the celebration.

City of Brockville, Town of Smiths Falls and Leeds County Trustee Robin Reil attended the event, along with Grenville County and Elizabethtown-Kitley Township Trustee Brent Laton. Many other dignitaries were also in attendance.

“This award signifies the amazing people you are, and how you have touched those in your school communities through your kind, selfless, and thoughtful actions,” noted Trustee Reil in his address.

The following students were recognized at the March 27th Bravo Breakfast:

Elizabeth Mainville, Holy Cross Catholic School, Kemptville

Julian Saunders, J.L. Jordan Catholic School, Brockville

Preston Ly, St. Francis Xavier Catholic School, Brockville

Travis Gaffney, St. John Bosco Catholic School, Brockville

Cody Ferguson, St. Joseph Catholic School, Gananoque

Daylyn Imerson, St. Joseph Catholic School, Toledo

Lauren Durand, St. Mark Catholic School, Prescott

Emily Annable, St. Mary Catholic High School (Elementary), Brockville

Grace Anderson, St. Mary Catholic High School (Secondary), Brockville

Brooke Caicco, St. Michael Catholic High School (Elementary), Kemptville

Robbie Leach, St. Michael Catholic High School (Secondary), Kemptville

The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario operates 40 elementary and 10 secondary schools across eight counties. The CDSBEO offers excellence in Catholic education through provincial-leading programs to approximately 12,800 students.

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