CIRA Ontario Awards

We know that some people go well above and beyond in supporting CIRA Ontario's mission of promoting fun, active participation for all; and that they do it for the well-being of kids!

 

We want to acknowledge and honour that, and therefore give Outstanding Intramural Achievement Awards to selected schools that provide great intramural programs for their students.

CIRA Ontario Outstanding Intramural Achievement Banners were given to nearly 40 schools this year. Programs must offer a varied line up of activities, promote fun, active participation, fair play and involve students in a leadership capacity. Applicants must be a member of CIRA Ontario. 

INTRAMURAL AWARDS

 

Award Criteria

Programs must: 

  • offer a varied line up of activities,

  • promote fun, active participation, and fair play,

  • involve students in a leadership capacity. 

Hover over the block to learn more about the intramural award

NEW  Award recipients will receive a certificate.

Banners are also available at a cost of $65 ea.

If your school would also like a banner, please contact us once you know you are an award recipient.

NEW!

JOHN BYL BURSARY AWARD 

CIRA Ontario is pleased to announce the John Byl Bursary Award. In recognition of John’s incredible dedication and leadership, CIRA has created an annual bursary award valued at $500. This award will be presented to one of our Intramural Awards recipients (see above), in recognition of their exemplary contributions to their school’s intramural program. The financial award is intended for schools to further enhance their Intramural program through student recognition, awards, and/or equipment.

ABOUT JOHN BYL >

The first recipient of the John Byl Bursary Award is
TOMKEN ROAD MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mississauga, Peel District 

 

Congratulations to the staff and students of Tomken Road!!

 
INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

 

We also give out several individual awards to acknowledge those who go well above and beyond in bringing active participation opportunities to all.

Hover over each block to learn more about each award

Given to an Executive member(s) on their retirement for their longstanding contribution to CIRA Ontario

JOHN BYL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

 

Given to an individual or organization who has made a positive contribution to the Association; has networked with CIRA Ontario for three or more years; and possesses a strong belief in intramural recreation and shows it through their actions.

HONOURARY
AWARD

 

Given to a professional member of CIRA Ontario who possesses a creative, enthusiastic attitude towards intramurals; demonstrates a keen interest and commitment to intramurals and or student leadership though their program; and has a made a definite contribution to CIRA Ontario through their networking and idea sharing.

DOYLE-HARKNESS AWARD

 

Given to an individual who has recently become a member of CIRA Ontario; has demonstrated a strong commitment to intramurals through their beliefs and action in their community; demonstrates high energy and enthusiasm; and has contributed to CIRA Ontario's mission.

RISING
PROFESSIONAL AWARD

 

Given by the Government:

The Syl Apps Volunteer Achievement Award recognized volunteers, nominated by Provincial Sport Organizations that had made an outstanding contribution to the establishment and/or ongoing development of groups, clubs, facilities, projects and/or special programs in the Province of Ontario).

SYL APPS
AWARD

 

Note:  This award is no longer being awarded by the Government

To nominate someone for the John Byl Lifetime Achievement, Honourary, Doyle-Harkness, or Young Professionals Awards, please use the following nomination form: