Brooks Composite High School last Monday held its fine arts, skills and athletic awards presentations.
Visual arts rising star awards went to Emily Banks and Jessa Tanner. The visual arts rising star was Tamarin Livingstone
Picking up the most improved artist award was Lesly Siachoque.
This year’s artist of the year awards went to Shannon Rausch and Mackayla Fitzpatrick.
In band, Shawn Duckett was selected as the rising star while Carly Eddison was chosen as the most improved student.
This year’s jazz musician of the year award went to Meghan MacLean while Traiya Caverly was selected as the musician of the year.
In drama, Brock Thurmeier was named the rising star and Kayden Perini the most improved student.
Shaylee Ledoux was selected as the actor of the year.
Skills participants were recognized for their accomplishments.
Dalen Despas and Cooper Greer won gold in auto technology at regionals while Tytus Butkiewicz and Peter Unger won silver.
Tytus Butkiewicz won bronze at provincials in mechanics outdoor power and recreation equipment.
Mackayla Fitzpatrick came away with a silver medal in baking.
In carpentry, Hunter Yagos-Hofstetter won silver while Keegan Kromrey won bronze.
Ty McClelland won bronze in welding at regionals.
Ashley Thakurdeen picked up a gold and Jenae Harahus a silver in culinary arts.
This year’s most outstanding student for cosmetology is Chelsea Allaby-Thompson.
This year’s most outstanding student for construction is Hunter Yagos-Hofestetter.
The outstanding student in baking is Mackayla Fitzpatrick while the culinary arts outstanding student is Ashley Thakurdeen.
Mohamed Adam was named the most improved student in mechanics. while Tytus Butkiewicz and Dalen Despas picked up the most outstanding students in mechanics award.
The most outstanding student in technology award went out to Noah Iwaasa while the most improved was Kyle Breakell.
Ty McClelland was named the most outstanding welding student and Nicole Kenney the most improved welding student.