This season Pollice Management is focusing on gratitude and growth so we can all live a healthy more fulfilling life and help each other do the same.
To ensure students across Niagara have access to all of the enriching opportunities school life offers while helping level the playing field for students who through no fault of their own need assistance, Pollice Management, in conjunction with the Education Foundation of Niagara, has established the following awards:
John Wright Memorial Award
Created By: The Pollice Management Consulting Group
(in conjunction with the Canadian Management Centre)
John Wright lived from May 24, 1961 – January 7, 2021. An accomplished mentor and gentleman, he was a loving husband, father and friend. A well respected businessman throughout Canada, John always made other people the most important thing in his life.
The John Wright Memorial Award in an annual award and is given to graduating high students who are continuing their studies in a post secondary school environment. It consists of two; $500 awards; one for a male graduate and one for a female graduate. These recipients best represent the leaders of tomorrow by demonstrating the quality and traits of authentic leadership, life long learning, empathy and curiosity; which were John’s four greatest qualities.
Awarded to Mykal Reid & Emma Valentine
Westlane Secondary School
Pollice Management Award For Teamwork
The Teamwork Award is a $ 250 bursary that is given to a graduating student who energizers a collaborative effort of a group in order to achieve a common goal in the completion of a task in an effective way. This student shows care and understanding for all group members and encourages them to be the best they can be.
Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School
Pollice Management Award For Perseverance
The Perseverance Award is a $ 250 bursary that is given to a graduating student who displays a continuous effort to accomplish a task or goal despite difficulties, failure or opposition. This student shows a high level of determination, zest and gratitude.
AWARDED TO: Kylie Lambert, A. N. Meyer Secondary School