b"A Shoutoutto Staff & Students With 41 schools and more than 15,800 students, theres a lot to celebrate in theLouis Riel School Division (LRSD). Here are just a few of the noteworthy highlightsand achievements from the 2021-2022 school year:For the Love of ReadingA Lifetime Achievement Frontenac School received an $80,000 Literacy Grant fromAdriano Magnifico, High School Career Development the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation thanks to a trueConsultant in LRSD, was presented the 2021 Bill Schulz community effort. With help from school staff and studentsLifetime Achievement Award for his leadership, vision and from the Louis Riel Arts & Technology Centre, students atpassion for helping students. Over the past 30 years, Adriano Frontenac School shared their thoughts on the importancehas contributed significantly to the career development field, of reading and the needs of the school's Library Learninglocally, provincially and nationally.Commons collection through a video submission. Their application proposed a three-year plan to enhance theLeading the Futureschool's collection to better reflect the diverse community of learners, refresh an aging collection, and strengthen classroom libraries. Marina Caracas Le-Fort, a Grade 12 student at Nelson McIntyre Collegiate (NMC), won the prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarship valued at $100,000 to pursue a degree incomputer engineering. After moving to Winnipeg from Brazilin 2016, Marina became an active member of the community. Sharing and Celebrating Culture She was the Vice-President of NMCs Junior Achievement team, the co-chair of the schools United Way youth chapter, andCarlos Garcia, a Grade 12 student at Dakota Collegiate Institutehas her hand in several other ventures, including helping run (DCI) from Waywayseecappo, was honoured at the 2022her familys business and managing a website for arcticManitoba Indigenous Youth Achievement Awards (MIYAA) inscience research. the category of Cultural Male. This award goes to an individual who demonstrates a keen and devoted interest in IndigenousSchool Libraryculture. Carlos is known for being thoughtful and respectful when participating in cultural enrichment opportunitiesSupport Staff of the Year offered throughout the division. He not only practices his cultural teachings but also shares them with those within his communities, including at school. Carlos shared his dancingJennifer Stevenson, Library Assistant at Windsor Park Collegiate, abilities with staff and students at the Winter Solstice won the Manitoba School Library Association's (MSLA) School ceremony at DCI in December. Library Support Staff of the Year Award. The award honours practicing teacher-librarians who are making an outstanding contribution to school librarianship in Manitoba.18"