Poplar Ridge farewell

Grade 6 students at Poplar Ridge School were bid adieu during a presentation last Thursday.

Poplar Ridge Grade 6 students

Grade 6 students at Poplar Ridge School were bid adieu during a presentation last Thursday. They were featured in a powerpoint presentation by Mr. Goodyear and then presented certificates, report cards and photos from their trip to the Alberta Legislature.

The group included, in the back row, standing, Mr. Goodyear, Ashley Annett, Jackson Roberts, Mattea Wright, Celine Leikeim, Kyle Bennett, Max Arnold, Reid Depalme, Euan Tindall, Carley Lachance, Dominique Borduas, Maurice Van der Goot and MacGregor Manyluk; in the middle row, kneeling, Xakary Hansen, Trinity Thompson, Quentin Armitage, Kaitlyn Fleury, Chantelle Borduas, Skylar Kumm, Everett Jeffries and Caden Richter; and in the front row, Owen Lane, Keelan Reed, Dakota Neilly, Tierra Roblin, Lauren Wood, Dylan Hilman, Bryn O’Brien, Sarina Geisel, Ricky Stalenhoef, Matthew Young.

Missing was Brayden Behuncik.

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