Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP has awarded local students with the annual Barker Shield as part of their end of year celebrations.
The Barker Shield is an annual award given to three students in each participating school across the Federal electorate of Barker. It celebrates student excellence in three categories: academic achievement; community service and spirit; and a category determined by the school.
“As Federal Member for Barker, it is a great privilege to be able to recognise those students that achieve at very high levels,” Mr Pasin said.
“These students have excelled in their studies or in the school community and are undoubted future leaders. No matter what they go on to achieve or where, I want them to feel valued and recognised for the leadership shown during their time at school and as part of the wider Limestone Coast community.”
“Each of these students are worthy recipients who have now been honoured through the perpetual Barker Shield, which is displayed in a prominent location at the school,” said Mr Pasin.
Award winners from Kingston Community School are as follows:
Academic Achievement Award: Harrison Stenner
Community Service and Spirit Award: Amalie Turner
School Service: Chelsea Crosby
Award winners from Millicent High School are as follows:
Academic Achievement Award: Cade Kelly
Community Service and Spirit Award: Layla Evans
Positive Commitment to Learning: James Eizaguirre
Award winners from Penola High School are as follows:
Academic Achievement Award: Aaron Zerk
Community Service and Spirit Award: Georgia Winter
Vocational Education: Ethyn Yates
Award winners from St Martins Lutheran College are as follows:
Academic Achievement Award: Mattias Quintel
Community Service and Spirit Award: Isobel Jenkin
Supporting the Ethos of the School: Amy Papageorgios
Award winners from Tenison Woods College are as follows:
Academic Achievement Award: Jolie Vaughn
Community Service and Spirit Award: Chelsea Lucas
School Pride: Mason Bentley
“Congratulations to all students on completing the 2022 scholastic year and whether they are continuing further study or entering the work force I wish students from all schools across Barker all the best for 2023,” Mr Pasin said.
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