KIWANIS FESTIVAL RESULTS

PIONEER FESTIVAL RESULTS

Scholarships

Woodwinds

Jr. Solo - McKenna Peterson 

Inter Solo - Kelly McLeod

Jr. Duet/Trio - Brianna Laskosky, Bailey Serhan & Rayelle Cooper

Inter Duet/Trio - Kelly McLeod & Sarah Edginton 

Inter Quartet/Quintet/Ens. - Pioneer Gr. 8 Sax Ensemble

 Brass

Jr. Solo - Preston Montgomery

Inter Solo - Oliver Winchell

Jr. Duet/Trio - Braden MacDonald & Alexa Nurang

Inter Duet/Trio - Carson Sulek & Oliver Winchell

Jr. Quartet/Quintet/Ens. - Pioneer School Gr. 6C Brass Ensemble

Inter Quartet/Quintet/Ens. - Pioneer School Gr. 8 Brass Quintet

 

Bands

11000 Concert Band - Gr. I - Jr. HS - Pioneer Gr. 7 Band

11100 Concert Band - Gr. II - Jr. HS - Pioneer Gr. 8 Band

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Results

GRADE SIX

Grade 6 Band – Superior

Gr. 6 WW Solo

1 – Mckenna Peteresen

2 – Max Krabben

Gr. 6 WW Duet

1 – Arwyn Lastiwka & Dana Brooks

2 – Brooke Nelson & McKenzie Bunney

2 – Genevieve Mamer & Isabel Chambers

Gr. 6 Mixed Duet

1 – Max Krabben & Blake Morley

 Gr. 6 WW Trio

1 – Breanna Laskosky, Bailey Serhan & Rayelle Cooper

Gr. 6 WW Ensemble

1 –Caleigh McMurchy, Madyson Mackinnon & Taylor McNeil

2 –McKenna Petersen, Sije Winchel, Lorelei Doroschuk & McKenzie Spellman

Gr. 6 Brass Solo

1 – Preston Montgomery

2 – Rachel Burnell

Gr. 6 Brass Duet

1 – Braeden MacDonald & Alexa Nurang

Gr. 6 Brass Trio

1 – Preston Montgomery, Gradyn Chadney & Oliver Trautmann

2 – Marcus Bird, Marty Block & Logan Thompson

 Gr. 6 Brass Ensemble

1 – Ethan Stewart, Hailey Greer, Quiana Olchowy, Anita Moggy, Elizabeth Mayer & Anika Charlton

2 – Ashton Elmquist, Will Goffin, Noah Stephens, Robyn Overgaard, Gabriel Rogers 

GRADE SEVEN

Grade 7 Band - Superior

 Gr. 7 WW Solo

1 – Jaylyn vanTol

2 – Ethan Fillinger

Gr. 7 WW Duet

1 – Eden Fedemma & Allegra Milchalsky

2 – Tanner Thompson & Bryce Nast

Gr. 7 WW Trio

1 – Eugene Sul, Dylan Matchett & Ethan Fillinger

2 – Marlee Cooper, Jaylyn vanTol & Hailey Fletcher 

Gr. 7 Brass Solo

1 – Oliver Winchell

2 – Erin Eklund

Gr. 7 Brass Duet

1 – Oliver Winchell & Carson Sulek

 Gr. 7 Brass Trio

1 – Jayla Nicolay, Erin Eklund & Ashley Hooey

Gr. 7 Brass Ensemble

1 – Carter Chatwood, Jenna Wade, Erin Eklund, Grace Thompson & Oliver Winchell

2 – Carter Chatwood, Anja Matagora, Jayla Nicolay, DJ B & Eric Ryersee

 GRADE EIGHT

Gr. 8 Band – Superior

 Gr. 8 WW Solo

1 – Kelly McLeod

2 – Paige Hawkey

2 – Dilyn McIsaac

 Gr. 8 WW Duet

1 – Kelly McLeod & Sarah Edginton

2 – Dilyn McIsaac & Heeseo Choi

Gr. 8 WW Trio

1 – Josie Barnett, Caitie Benedictson & Cassie Philips

Gr. 8 WW Ensemble

1 – Kelly McLeod, Sarah Edginton, Bailey Halbert, Paige Hawkey, Blayze Holbein, Craig Morgan

Gr. 8 Brass Solo

1 – Daniel Wedman

2 – Sarah Burnell

Gr. 8 Brass Duet

1 – Sarah Burnell & Cassidy Johannesson

Gr. 8 Brass Quintet

1 – Cassie Cossette, Tessa Frisky, Taylor Beckner, Daniel Wedman & Alyssa Moggy

Gr. 8 Brass Ensemble

Christina Jamison, Sarah Burnell, Melissa Head, Quinton Matkovich, Sam Kostynuk & Craig Stewart

 

 

 

 

 

Remembrance Day Assembly

198 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Core Yukon Colour Party

198 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Core Yukon Colour Party

On Friday, November 7, Pioneer School’s staff and students were joined by special guests Second Lieutenant McQuillan from the Canadian Armed Forces, Comrad Berger, Comrad Maxwell, 198 Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Core-Yukon Colour Party under the direction of Lieutenant Navy Pinnell and Constable Smits for a Remembrance Day assembly.

Pioneer's grade 8 band students opened the assembly with O Canada as well as played additional selections near the end of the ceremony.  Grade 7 students Jaiden and Hailey, both of whose grandfathers are veterans, laid the wreath.  

Second Lieutenant McQuillan’s message focused on “Lest We Forget”; warning of the danger of forgetting lessons learned through the past.  Canada remains strong and free as a result of the continued efforts of Canada’s service men and women.  He reminded us to take time to pause, reflect and remember – Lest We Forget.

Pop Bottle Rockets Successful!

Aiming for the heavens!

Aiming for the heavens!

Here at Pioneer School we have a plethora of complementary courses designed to give students a wide range of experiences.  One of them, new this year, is Pop Bottle Rockets.  

In this three month course, students design rockets using common household items; pop bottles, plastic bags, string and ice cream bucket lids.  When the rockets are built, an egg is inserted inside it before the rocket is launched. Students know they have designed a safe and effective rocket when they open up their rocket and the egg remains intact.