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The Fab Five graduates of Manor School

Manor School recently celebrated its graduates.
Manor School Class of 2022
The Manor Grads of 2022, from left, Hannah Littlechief, Shay-Lynne Englot, Riley Klein, Presley Wilcox and Caydence Chapman.

MANOR - On May 27, five young women of the Manor School graduated before a crowd at the school’s gymnasium. Rylan and Cindy Weir catered a delicious supper with an estimated 150 people in attendance.

Caydence Chapman is among this year’s graduates. She has always had a passion for sports. Early in her life she played minor hockey and was involved in volleyball and badminton throughout high school. She plans on taking a year off and joining the workforce.

Presley Wilcox takes great pride in her academics and was a member of the Gordon F. Kells High School leadership team in Carlyle until joining the Manor school in Grade 11. She has been on the honour roll since Grade 7. Wilcox will be enrolled in elementary years education at the University of Regina.

Shay-Lynne Englot has been a member of the SCC, SRC, yearbook, mentorship and drama clubs. She has also played volleyball and badminton. Englot plans in enrolling at the University of Regina to obtain a bachelor of arts degree in psychology.

In addition to playing badminton and volleyball throughout her high career, Hannah Littlechief also enjoys writing, painting, singing and playing the piano. She plans on attending the University of Regina this fall for social work.

Since transferring from Wawota School in February, Riley Klein has been involved in hockey, gymnastics and softball. She plans to take a year off after graduation and then apply to a trade school.

Michelle Cundall was the master of ceremonies and Robert Mitchell the guest speaker. Mitch Wilcox is the proud father of Presley, who was valedictorian.

“I am in awe of the intelligent, graceful, beautiful woman that my youngest daughter has become. I’m looking forward to what comes next. I’m very proud of her,” he said.

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