5/8/2012 3:04:00 PM Experiences ranged from academic to spiritual and charitable
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The eighth grade class from St. Luke School in Woodburn
WOODBURN — The class of 2012 from St. Luke School here has enjoyed an eighth grade year of in-depth academics and fun events and is excited to meet the opportunities of high school.
As the largest and oldest group of students at St. Luke, the eighth graders have exercised their leadership through service experiences such as assisting the parish food bank in preparing Christmas boxes, through faith experiences such as presenting the Stations of the Cross, and through academic experiences such as training in first aid and CPR.
The St. Luke community looks forward to celebrating the eighth graders at a Saturday, June 9, graduation Mass and ceremony. Students welcome the adventures that Wilsonville High School, Canby High, North Marion High, Woodburn High, West Salem High, and St. Mary’s Academy are sure to offer.
Here are the graduates: Keven Berkey, Tucker Dysinger, John Schmitz, Julio Jaquez, Tom Gomez, Anthony Ruvalcaba, Jacob Blohn, Matthew Catania, Cassie Fobert, Vanessa Reyes, Payton Booth, Kenadi Berkey, Joree Vosburg, Sarah Bizon, Lance Mobley, Maddie Nelson, O’Brien Youd, McKenna Shultz, Sophie Nelson, Paola Maravilla, Conner Lader, Ryan Gay, Rylan Binder