Bishop Reding Students Recognized for Outstanding Community Service
Congratulations to Grade 10 Bishop Reding CSS students Madeleine Delanty and Eric Frost on their exceptional nomination for OCNA Junior Citizen Awards!
This year, two Bishop P.F. Reding Catholic Secondary School​ Grade 10 students were nominated for Ontario Community Newspaper Association's (OCNA) Junior Citizen Awards, in recognition of their dedication to community service and personal accomplishments. 

As featured in an article from InsideHalton,
Madeleine Delanty and Eric Frost are both actively involved in various teams and organizations, and are driven by their ambitons to have a positive impact on their peers and greater community.

Around 80 young Ontarians were considered for the awards, which were presented to 13 deserving youth during a ceremony at Queen's Park.

Active Members of the Community

First-time nominee Madeleine Delanty takes a well-rounded approach to community service, taking up dynamic roles in school, sports, parish, and municipal organizations. Among the many duties Madeleine is involved in, she is a part of social justice and community outreach groups at school and in her community, a team member of several sports teams, an altar server at Holy Rosary Parish, and is a Duke of Edinburgh 2016 Bronze Award recipient​.

Eric Frost embraces a focus of his love of sports and outdoors, concentrating his time on activities that combine his two passions. Like Madeleine, Eric is involved in several Bishop Reding sports teams, is a provincial BMX Rider champion, and is a national snowboard cross athlete. Eric also volunteers with camps and running programs, promoting an appreciation for athletics and the outdoors amongst youth.

The Halton Catholic District School Board is proud to have students such as Madeleine and Eric serving as exceptional role models in our schools. Congratulatons on the well-deserved nominations!


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