|GENERATIONS FOUNDATION TO GIVE OUT COMMUNITY AND CITIZENSHIP AWARDS|
MONTREAL, JUNE 9, 2015 – Adrian and Natalie Bercovici, founders of the Generations Foundation, are regulars across the English Montreal School Board and annually they set out to recognize students whom have developed into leaders both at school and in the community.
Since 2008, these students, whom are nominated by their school’s staff, receive a laptop and plaque in recognition of their participation in community activities, good scholarship and school involvement.
Three elementary students will be honored at their respective graduations this year: Isyss Rock-Brown from St. Gabriel Elementary School in Pointe St. Charles (Graduation at 600 Dublin on June 19 at 5 p.m.); Dameko Carter from Nesbitt Elementary School in Rosemount (Graduation at Rosemount High School, 3737 Beaubien on June 19 at 5 p.m.); and Lucas Larivière-Lezetc from Dalkeith Elementary School in Anjou (Graduation at 7951 Dalkeith on June 18 at 6 p.m.).
Generations Foundation also recognizes perseverance at the high school level with a plaque and a monetary award. Three students from John Grant High School in Côte Saint-Luc (5785 Parkhaven) will be recognized this year: Chelsea Marshall-Charron, Antonio Simon-Jones, Marina Tavares. These students will be recognized at their graduation ceremony on June 11 at 5 p.m.
Michael J. Cohen