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Dundee names valedictorian, salutatorian

DUNDEE--The Dundee Central School District announced the valedictorian and salutatorian for this year's graduating class of 2016. This year's valedictorian is Jeanette Jayne, while the salutatorian is Courtney Fish.
"Jeanette and Courtney have made the DCS community very proud," Superintendent Kelly Houck said. "Being named as valedictorian and salutatorian is no small feat. Perseverance is the mark of true leadership and a characteristic of success, not only in the classroom, however, in life."
Jayne is the daughter of Michael and Lorraine Jayne of Dundee. She plans on attending Niagara University in the fall majoring in political science.
Jayne has been class treasurer and also played on the volleyball and girls varsity track teams during her time at Dundee. She has also participated in the Natural Helpers group, stage crew for the spring musical and National Honor Society. Jayne also served as the student representative to the board of education during the 2015-16 school year.
"Her participation and voice on the board has been greatly appreciated and will be sorely missed," Houck said.
Fish is the daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Black of Dundee. Fish has been the recipient of multiple Dundee Teachers Association (DTA) Highest Achievement Awards and is a frequent member of the honor roll. Her intent is to carry on her family's tradition of woodworking art and sculptures by joining the family business, Old Orchard Wood Carving. Houck said her time at DCS her focus has been on this career goal.
"Both of these ladies have proven that hard work and dedication to their academics does in fact pay off," Houck said.

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