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Friendship Central School is pleased to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the “Class of 2024”

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Congratulations to all graduates!

From Friendship Central School,

Olivia Jade Marks  has earned our highest honor of Valedictorian  by achieving a cumulative average of  99.010%.  She is the daughter of Jeffrey Marks and Tracy Marks, and will be receiving an advanced regents diploma with honors and mastery in science.

Olivia has been a member of the National Honor Society for her sophomore, junior, and senior years and has earned high honor roll all four (4) years.  She has been actively involved in Student Government holding the offices of Sophomore Class Vice-President, Student Council Secretary her junior year, and Student Council Vice-President her senior year; she has also been NHS President during her junior and senior years.  Olivia has been a member of the Yearbook Staff as a junior and senior as well as being a member of the chess club as a sophomore, junior, and senior.  She has played Soccer during her freshman, sophomore, and junior years, been a Cheerleader during her sophomore, junior, and senior years, played Softball as a freshman and sophomore, and Golf as a junior and senior.  Olivia has worked at the Friendship Food Booth at the Allegany County Fair as a junior and senior.  Olivia has been accepted at and plans to attend Nazareth College; she will pursue a degree in Occupational Therapy.

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Nevaeh Jaye-Lee Ross  is our honored Salutatorian  achieving a cumulative average of 98.065%.  She is the daughter of Darryl and Jamie Ross, and will be receiving an advanced regents diploma.

Nevaeh has been a member of the National Honor Society for her sophomore, junior, and senior years and has earned high honor roll all four (4) years.  She has been actively involved in Class Government holding the offices of Class Secretary her freshman and sophomore years and the office of Class Vice-President during her junior and senior years; she has also held the office of NHS Treasurer as a senior.  Nevaeh was a member of Band as a freshman and sophomore.  She has also been a scholar-athlete throughout all four (4) years of high school.  Nevaeh has played Soccer, Basketball, and Softball throughout her freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior years; she has also been the FCS Section V Student-Athlete Representative since her freshman year.  Some of her other athletic awards and achievements include, but aren’t limited to, FCS Female Athlete of the Year as a freshman, sophomore, and junior, All Greater Rochester Softball Player of the Year as a junior, reaching State Semi-finals and State Finals in Softball, Basketball Big 30 as a junior and senior, playing in the Exceptional Seniors Basketball game, and hitting 1,000 career points at the beginning of her senior year of Basketball.  Nevaeh has played Travel Softball all four (4) years of high school and has volunteered at soup kitchens, nursing homes, and other locations with the Diamond Girls Travel Softball team over the past four (4) years as well.  Nevaeh has been accepted at and plans to attend Le Moyne College where she will be pursuing a degree in Criminology and playing softball.

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