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MHSAA 2019 McDonald’s Leadership Awards

June 1, 2019 by  
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The McDonald’s Leadership Award is awarded to 16 students (eight boys and eight girls) annually who demonstrate exceptional leadership in high school sport, school, and community involvement while also maintaining a minimum of 75% average.

McDonald’s awards each recipient a $1,000 scholarship

The presentation took place at the Seasons of Tuxedo McDonald’s at the 457 Sterling Lyon Parkway in Winnipeg today.

The student athletes awarded the 2019 McDonald’s Leadership Awards were:

Male Recipients: 
Jarrett Alcaraz from Garden City Collegiate with an academic average of 92%.
Stefan Buchsmann from Morden Collegiate with an academic average of 93%.
Issak Fast from Westgate Mennonite Collegiate with an academic average of 95%.
Cameron Gayleard from Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School with an academic average of 91%.
Alexander Iwanchysko from Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School with an academic average of 95%.
Dalton Johnson from Riverton Collegiate with an academic average of 92%.
Jeff Peitsch from Grant Park High School with an academic average of 96%.
Calvin Reimer from River East Collegiate with an academic average of 94%.
Stanley Storck from Morris School with an academic average of 83%.

Female Recipients: 
Rainey Fingas from Major Pratt School with an academic average of 90%.
Rikki Frost-Hunt from Stonewall Collegiate with an academic average of 99%.
Keziah Hoeppner from Niverville Collegiate with an academic average of 93%.
Danielle Kleinsasser from Faith Academy with an academic average of 93%.
Wynn Leflar from Morris School with an academic average of 96%.
Lindsay Marshall from Kelvin High School with an academic average of 84%.
Jordan McLeod from Rivers Collegiate with an academic average of 86%.
Abigail Wainikka from Vincent Massey Collegiate with an academic average of 96%.
Indigo Wiebe from Garden Valley Collegiate with an academic average of 96%.

Each of the recipients received a $1,000 scholarship courtesy of McDonald’s in Manitoba.

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