Gallery: Fraser Lake class of 2019

Fraser Lake Elementary Secondary School had 34 graduates this year

The graduation ceremony for the Class of 2019 was held at Fraser Lake Elementary Secondary School last weekend.

A total of 34 graduates, clad in gown and cap celebrated their graduation and awards with friends, family and teachers during the day’s events.

Here is the graduating class of 2019 — Paige Allen, Kyla Austad, Malcolm Conwright, Dylan Downey, Alyssa Ens, Jasmine George, Colton Hartman, Rylie Holmes, Arik Johnson, Temmra Joly, Tahlia Ketlo, Thomas Ketlo, Trevor Lank, Shaelene Lapointe, Jessy Laramee, Dominique Loranger-Schallho, Chantel Louis, Tamara Lowen, Reuben MacLeod, Hailey Matthew, Taylor McNichol, Vienna Partaik, Scott Reeves, Danica Ritchey, Charlie Sam, Joey Shen, Matthias Steiner, Alex Stone, Henry Sutherland, Kyla Vanwerkhoven, Shawna Williams, Jillena Woolsey and Zaidyn Wupori.

List of students who won bursaries and awards to be made available soon.


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

aman.parhar@ominecaexpress.com

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