More than 2,250 Tickets Sold for EMSB Impact Night
Members of the Impact visited two schools this year to remind young students of the importance of studying, persevering and building self-confidence in order to succeed.
The traditional “EMSB Night” will take place on Wednesday, June 13 (7:30 pm) when the Impact host Orlando City FC at Saputo Stadium. More than 2,250 tickets have been sold to EMSB students and staff for the game.
Before the game, the EMSB’s presence will be recognized and two students will be presented with the Tony Licursi Bursary, valued at $500 each. Mr. Licursi was the team’s statistician and a devoted member of the James Lyng High School Alumni Association. He passed away a number of years ago. The award recognizes excellence in school and sports.
This year’s winners are: Ronald Robinson from John Grant High School in Côte Saint-Luc and Isabella Marcelli from Pierre de Coubertin Elementary School in St. Léonard.
Ronald Robinson is a student in the Pre-Work and Semi-Skilled Trade (WOTP) program at John Grant. He is a model student who gives everything his very best. He is known around the school as a polite, caring, positive role model with a warm smile. He is the type of student who is always willing to help with setting up for activities in the school or to assist a student who has more difficulty than him. He loves sports in general and when given the opportunity, his teachers believe that he will reach many new goals because of his dedication to personal, athletic and academic growth.
Isabella Marcelli is in Grade 6 at Pierre de Coubertin. She is recognized as one of the top athletes in the school. More importantly, she is a great team player and shows respect for her peers and teachers with a positive attitude both in the gym as well as in the classroom. She is a hard worker, perseverant, cooperative and caring. Isabella started playing soccer at the age of 5. Currently, she plays for the St. Leonard Lions U12 Division 1 team, excelling at all positions. Next year, she will be attending John Paul 1 High School in the IB Enriched Program.