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LYNNFIELD

WEEKLY NEWS

SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1957

CONGRATULATIONS

CLASS OF 2022

Caps fly into the air as Lynnfield High School seniors officially become graduates last Friday.

PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK


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Lynnfield Senior Class President Caitlin McCormack laughs with her friends as she returns to her seat after giving her speech during graduation on Friday.

Class President McCormack: Kindness Counts

CAITLIN MCCORMACK

CLASS PRESIDENT

Good evening everyone, I

would once again like to welcome

Superintendent Vogel, Principal

Mr. Cleary, Vice principal Mr.

Bates, and all of our families and

friends gathered here tonight.

As we walk across this stage

and begin the next chapter of

our lives, we appreciate the support

we have had from teachers,

family, relatives, and friends.

This accomplishment could not

have been made possible without

all of you. Congratulations to my

classmates. I am incredibly proud

of our journey, despite all of the

obstacles that have been thrown

our way.

Getting to this point has certainly

been challenging, but we

have come a long way, and I

know that there are many more

successes ahead in our futures.

As we entered Lynnfield High

four years ago, no one could

have predicted how our high

school experience would have

progressed. Not only did we

have a global pandemic affect

three out of our four years, but

we also entered high school

with a reputation of being quite

immature. As we were working

on proving ourselves as mature

and worthy of respect, our

normal and exciting first year

and a half of high school quickly

got turned upside down with

the ever changing pandemic.

Through this, we kept our heads

up, continuing to grow both individually

and as a class, allowing

us to get to this point today.

To show what kind of an impression

we are leaving behind,

I would like to share this story.

A couple of months ago, while

sitting in Spanish class, a group

of classmates and I were filling

out a Senior Survey together for

the yearbook. We were stuck on

the question “describe the class

of 2022 in one word”. Although

the possibilities were endless,

we could not come up with a

word to describe the passions,

strengths, and different personalities

found within the Class of

2022. We turned to our teacher,

Mrs.Leibowitz, for assistance

and she quickly responded with

the word “kind”. The whole class

now tuned in; just this one word

allowed us to realize that we will

be remembered for more than just

the initial impression of being immature,

or for masks and zoom.

We are gentle and patient. We

have been present in every situation

with encouraging words and

smiles, with or without masks.

Our personalities and compassion

carried us through in a positive

manner, and our kindness

extended beyond both the classroom

and the screen. We are not

just another grade affected by the

pandemic, we are hardworking

students who persevered. We

displayed kindness and compassion

that will be remembered for

years to come as our time spent

at home allowed us to grow. As a

class, we have moments and stories

unique to us, that we can hold

onto forever.

With a time defined by uncertainty

and loss, it is easy to get

caught up with a negative attitude

towards this period in our lives,

but it is up to us to change the

narrative, and walk away from

this time embracing its best moments.

Embrace the times we

came together, celebrating sports

at pep rallies, singing along

with the chorus at the Holiday

concerts, dancing at proms and

snowballs, and now, coming together

to celebrate the end of this

journey. As we move forward, always

remember this place that we

have come from, the kindness we

showed it, and the kindness it has

shown us. Just as we have left an

impression, Lynnfield High and

its people will forever be a part

of our lives. Walk away with the

positive memories, the lessons

that extend beyond the classroom,

and the kindness found in

each and every one of you.

Once again thank you to our

teachers and administrators for

your support, student council

and our advisors for helping to

organize the events that allowed

us to come together, and to Mrs

Leibowitz, for reminding us just

how much kindness counts.

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

Graduation is an exciting time. It marks both an ending

and a beginning; warm memories from the past

Maria Salzillo

Vice President, Realtor®

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Class Officers

President

Caitlin

McCormack

Vice-President

Elizabeth

Schmidt

Secretary

Harrison

Luba

Treasurer

Catherine

Ciolfi

Hats off to the

Class of 2022

NO MATTER WHERE YOUR JOURNEY TAKES YOU

NEXT, YOU’LL ALWAYS BE PART OF OUR COMMUNITY.

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Student Council Officers

President Laura Grava

Vice-President Amanda Buckley

Secretary Natalie Deady

Treasurer Anna Radulski

Class Representative Samantha Bunar

Class Representative Emma Neenan

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Academic Awards

Peter Accardo: Jazz Band

Giulia Albano: Social Issues in

Literature

Benjamin Blacker: AP Physics

Sarah Breslow: AP Economics

Julia Brown: Race and Identity

Samantha Bunar: Painting

Alyssa Calvani: Physics Honors

Ryan Cataldo: Physics CP

Lucy Cleary: Physical Education

Award, Public Speaking

Madeline Condon: Topics in

Functions, Statistics & Trigonometry

Emma Condon: AP Art

Alexander Darwish: Rock Band

Maggie Davidson: Literature of the

Holocaust

Victoria DeGrazia: Business &

Personal Law

Morgan DeGrazia: Italian 4 CP

Maximus Dellaporta: Chorus

Jack Dell Isola: MA Seal of

Biliteracy

Mary Gray: Chamber Singers, MA

Seal of Biliteracy

Riley Hallahan: AP Photography

Kelsey Hodsdon: Drawing, MA

Seal of Biliteracy, Spanish 5

Honors

Brooke Hubacz: Horror Fiction and

Writing

Samantha Israelson: Journalism,

World Studies Honors

Anna Kaminski: Entrepreneurship

and Marketing CP

Zachary Kazlouski: MA Seal of

Biliteracy

Chris Kozakis, Jr.: Sports in

Literature

Lauren Lim: AP Statistics, Concert

Band, Musical, Mixed Media,

Superintendent’s Award

Sarah Lombardi: Fine Art

Jake Mallett: Physical Education

Award

Morgan McCarter: Introduction to

Psychology CP

Courtney McCausland: Advanced

Latin 2, CP Statistics, Economics CP,

Non Fiction Literature

Caitlin McCormack: MA Seal of

Biliteracy

Shane McQueen: Environmental

Science and Sustainability CP

Lauryn Millar: AP Calculus, AP

Literature and Composition

Francesca Minichiello: AP Spanish,

Creative Writing, MA Seal of

Biliteracy, Precalculus CP

Emma Neenan: Spanish 5 CP

Alaina Noto: Social Impact

Michael O’Brien: Photography,

War Through a Literary Lens

Allison Orlofski: Digital

Photography

Adriana Parisi: MA Seal of

Biliteracy, MA Seal of Biliteracy

with

Distinction

Rachel Perrin: Chorus, Life Skills

Achievement Award

Anna Radulski: Student Helpdesk

Olivia Reska: AP Psychology

Jemima Robins: AP French

Fang-Yun Tsai: Concert Band, MA

Seal of Biliteracy

Alexis Veglia: Personal Financial

Management

Lucas Williams: Utopian/Dystopian

Literature

Alexis Zavras: Self Discovery

through Philosophy and Film

Lynnfield High School

Class of 2022

Be bold, be courageous, be your best.

Let your Pioneers’ Pride shine through!

Massachusetts State House, Rm 124

Boston, MA 02133

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The Graduates

Peter Accardo

Abby Adamo*

Giulia Albano

Patrick Barrett

Albert Berquist

Dean Bey

Benjamin Blacker

Sarah Breslow*

Julia Brown

Amanda Buckley*

Samantha Bunar*

Aidan Burke

Kaleigh Burke

Matthew Buston

Alyssa Calvani*

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Mariella Calvani*

Ella Cammarata

Jacqueline Carbone*

Chase Carney*

Brady Cataldo

Ryan Cataldo*

Tyler Cataldo

Catherine Ciolfi

Lucy Cleary

Emma Condon

Madeline Condon

Natalie Connell

Marissa Corvi

Bryan Costa

Alexander Darwish

"Follow your passion. It will lead you to your purpose." — Oprah Winfrey

Congratulations

Class of 2022!

Wishing you joyful days and a rewarding future

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Maggie Davidson

Natalie Deady*

Morgan DeGrazia

Victoria DeGrazia*

Ava DeGregorio

Devin Delaney

Jack Dell Isola*

Maximus Dellaporta

Markus Dennison

Raymond DiGiovanni, Jr.

Ema Dono

Jillian Driscoll*

Brian Ellis

Evan Fair

Domenic Ferrante

LORI

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Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Wishing

you all great success with your future plans!

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Congratulations and Continued

Success to the Class of 2022

Call for your graduation reservations and take-out

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Evan Fitzemeyer

Julia Floramo

Sarah Foley

Gianna Fuccillo*

Amber Gamache

Lauren Grava*

Mary Gray*

Riley Hallahan

Kelsey Hodsdon*

Brooke Hubacz

Samantha Israelson*

Caitlin Johnston

Nickson Joseph

Anna Kaminski*

David Kasdon

Congratulations!

Class of

2022!

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robinmurphy@verizon.net

Congratulations

and Continued

success

Class of 2022

Serving

Peabody & Lynnfield

for over 30 years!

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www.northshorehomeinfo.com

515 Lowell Street, Peabody Ma.

Congratulations!

Class of

2022!

Ronna Tuttle

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ronnatuttle@comcast.net

Mark Murphy

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mark@homesofma.com

Congratulations!

Class of

2022!

Congratulations

to the 2022

Graduates!

Bob Trodden

978-821-5173

bobtrodden@comcast.net

Regina Paratore

781-608-8040

www.reginaparatore.com

CONGRATULATIONS

TO THE CLASS OF 2022

BEST OF LUCK

“Working Above

& Beyond”

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jeri.moffie@gmail.com

Congratulations

Class of 2022

May all your

dreams come true

Here’s To Your

Continued Success

Class of 2022

“Allow Me To

Earn Your Business”

Mitchell Rosenwald

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www.rosenwaldrealestate.com


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Zachary Kazlouski

Owen Kennedy

Chris Kozakis, Jr.

Kaitlin Kyes

Jordan Lavey*

Lauren Lim*

Sarah Lombardi

Harrison Luba*

Jenna Mack

Alyssa MacPherson*

Jacob MacPherson*

Jake Mallett

Nicolas Marcinowski

Katherine Martinez

Morgan McCarter

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2022

Best wishes as you step forward towards new challenges in life.

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CONGRATULATIONS

TO ALL THE 2022 GRADUATES


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Madelyn McCarthy*

Courtney McCausland

Caitlin McCormack*

Shane McQueen

Lauryn Millar*

Georgia Milne*

Francesca Minichiello*

Phineas Mitchener

Madeline Monkiewicz

Sophia Montesano*

Patrick Moroney

Jaiden Moynihan

Benjamin Mullin

Ava Natola

Emma Neenan

Keith Littlefield

781-389-0791

littlefieldre@gmail.com

Penny

Mckenzie-Venuto

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Justin Kloack

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Congratulations to the

Senior class of 2022

May you always strive

to do great things with your life

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Alaina Noto

Michael O'Brien

Allison Orlofski

Adriana Parisi*

Rachel Perrin

Mekhi Peters

Matthew Petralia*

Jack Phelps

Antonio Pimental

Timothy Pivero

Anna Radulski*

Olivia Reska*

Spencer Riley

Jemima Robins*

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Congratulations to

the Class of 2022

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams”

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Daniela Rosa

Jasmine Rose*

Lanah Rosenwald

Allen Saini*

Andrew Scangas

Elizabeth Schmidt*

Gabriel Schmitz

Tyler Scoppettuolo

Julia Seelig*

Gabrielle Shaer

Andrew Shone*

Alexander Sieve*

Joshua Simpson

Julia Smedira

Brandon Soriano

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Janssen Sperling

Gianna Spinella*

Sadhvi Sreeram*

Lauren St. Andre*

William Steadman

Catherine Sweeney

Donald Sylvester

Yara Tannous

Ava Tardito*

David Tashjian

Chloe Thomas

Rupert Thomas

Devin Thompson

Ava Tishler

Kayla Tracy*

Congratulations and continued

success to the Class of 2022

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Congratulations to all the

College Grads of the Class of 2022

Cherish fond memories from your past and dream

exciting visions of your future

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Fang-Yun Tsai

Alexis Veglia*

Kaleigh Weeks

Lucas Williams*

TOP TEN

SENIORS

In alphabetical order

Jason Yang*

Alexis Zavras

*National Honor Society

Sarah Breslow

Mariella Calvani

Kelsey Hodsdon

Lauren Lim

Francesca Minichiello

Anna Radulski

Olivia Reska

Elizabeth Schmidt

Kayla Tracy

Jason Yang

PHOTO | ANNE MARIE TOBIN

The officers of the Lynnfield chapter of the National Honor Society pose for a picture prior to the start

of the 2022 induction ceremony. From left, Vice-President Abby Adamo, Treasurer Caitlin McCormack,

Co-President Olivia Reska, Secretary Elizabeth Schmidt, Co-President Samantha Brunar and Tutor

Coordinator Sarah Breslow.

Congratulations

to the Class of 2022!

Best wishes on your future achievements

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Congratulations

2022 Graduates!

Best wishes for a

bright future!


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Destination is college for these LHS seniors

Emma Neenan is headed to Syracuse University.

PHOTOS | JAKOB MENENDEZ

Lynnfield High School seniors and parents took part in the town’s annual Parade of Destinations

to celebrate the Class of 2022. Some students like Jillian Driscoll, above, adorned their cars with

intricate decorations to display what college they’ll be attending come fall. Driscoll is going to

the University of Florida.

Laura Grava will head west to Indiana University.

Lauryn Miller will attend Boston University.

Best wishes to all the graduates for a safe, happy, and healthy future

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Congratulations to

the Senior Class of 2022

Maureen Rossi-DiMella

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Wishing you all the best for the future and all

it’s challenges and opportunities

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Spencer Riley will attend Endicott College.

Anna Radulski is headed to Purdue University in Indiana.

Ray DiGiovanni is staying close to home at Salem State University.

Jasmine Rose will attend the University of Massachusetts.

Congratulations fellow

LHS graduates!

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Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

Wishing you the best of luck!

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Capping off another

Lynnfield seniors line up outside the high school to collect their caps and gowns for graduation.

Lynnfield senior Mekhi Peters collects his cap and gown.

From left, Benjamin Mullin, Devin Delaney and Ava Tishler collect their caps and gowns.

PHOTOS | SPENSER HASAK

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL 2022 GRADUATES!

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year of challenges

Rupert Thomas receives his cap and gown.

A line of Lynnfield seniors awaits their gowns.

PHOTOS | SPENSER HASAK

From left, Adriana Parisi and Alyssa MacPherson laugh as they collect their caps and gowns.

From a former 1984 graduate,

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2022!

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Ending the year in style

Lynnfield High

School students line

up for food at the

prom on May 31 at

the Seaport Hotel.

PHOTOS |

JAKOB MENENDEZ

From left, Devin Delaney, Nickson Joseph, Charlie Capachietti, Devin Bolger, and Jake Calvani

stand with with high school Italian teacher Lisa Giacalone.

Friends Kate Fonseca and Maximus Dellaporta enjoy the

prom.

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Dancing the night away

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Anndrew Scangas talks with his prom date, Adele Lopez, while they

get bread at one of the food stations.

PHOTOS | JAKOB MENENDEZ

Students dance on the floor at the Seaport Hotel during the Lynnfield High School prom.

Alaina Noto, center, dances with her friends.

In matching sparkling dresses, Sarah Lombardi, Daniela

Rosa, and Caitlin McCormack stand together at prom.

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We are very proud of

you and wish you well

with future pursuits

Lynnfield Teachers Association

Congratulations

to the Class

of 2022


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Pomp and circumstance

Lynnfield graduates file onto the field for their commencement ceremony last Friday.

PHOTOS | SPENSER HASAK

A sea of decorated caps from Lynnfield High School seniors during graduation on the football field.

Lynnfield High School senior Madelyn McCarthy

laughs with friends as she walks off the stage with

her diploma.

Congratulations and Best of Luck to the Class of 2022!

“Best wishes for a happy and healthy future”

CITY OF PEABODY EDWARD A. BETTENCOURT, JR., MAYOR

edward.bettencourt@peabody-ma.gov


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Hugs and smiles concluded commencement on May 31st.

Lynnfield High School senior Nickson Joseph acknowledges

his friends after receiving his diploma.

“Now, what? This

isn’t the end. Far

from it. It’s only the

end of a chapter.

The possibilities and

opportunities ahead

are boundless.”

Valedictorian

Lauren Lim

Lynnfield graduates Chase Carney and Jacqueline Carbone smile as they walk

onto the football field for graduation.

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The future beckons for a Lynnfield graduate.

Lynnfield High School senior Devin Delaney holds a memorial card for Patrick Moroney

who passed away before the start of the school year.

“This is the

beginning of the

rest of our lives,

regardless of the

paths we decide to

take we will always

find comfort in

knowing Lynnfield

is our home.”

Student Council

President Lauren Grava

Lynnfield senior Dean Bey receives his diploma from School Committee Vice

Chair Stacy Dalstedt.

Lynnfield Student Council President Lauren Grava delivers her speech during

graduation last Friday.

Peabody City Council

2022

Congratulations and Best of Luck

to the Class of 2022!

“Best wishes for a happy & healthy future”

a

Faithfully serving our community, practicing a tradition

of TRUST, CARING and PROFESSIONAL SERVICE.

Congratulations

and continued success

to the class of 2022

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SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Agganis Foundation Scholarship: Anna

Radulski

Bill Faria Memorial Scholarship: Lauren Lim

Bob Ayasse Music Award: Mary Gray

Donald and Barbara Gray Memorial

Scholarship: Sarah Breslow, Mariella

Calvani, Mary Gray, Lauryn Millar,

Francesca Minichiello, Anna Radulski,

Olivia Reska, Elizabeth Schmidt, Kayla

Tracy, Jason Yang

Jessica L. Fraumeni Scholarship Foundation

Fund: Samantha Bunar, Kelsey Hodson

Frontero Education Scholarship: Lauren Lim

John M. O’Donnell Memorial Scholarship:

Emma Neenan

O’D’s True Pioneer Scholarship: Jacob

MacPherson, Courtney McCausland

Louis Bertolami Memorial Scholarship:

Fang-Yun Tsai

Lynnfield Art Guild - Marjorie Gershaw

Scholar Award: Emma Condon

Lynnfield Art Guild - Karen Rae Simpson

Duggan Award: Lauren Lim

Lynnfield Rotary Scholarships: Evan Fair,

Lauren Lim

Lynnfield Teacher Association (LTA): Jacob

MacPherson

Lynnfield Youth Soccer Sportsmanship

Scholarship: Abby Adamo

Lynnfield Youth Soccer Scholarship: Shane

McQueen, Abby Adamo

Massachusetts Elks Association, Inc. -

Major Project Scholarship: Emma Condon,

Madeline Condon

State of MA Elks Foundation - Most

Valuable Student Scholarship: Jacob

MacPherson, Anna Radulski

The Mr. Boulay Memorial Scholarship:

Sarah Foley, Matthew Buston

Michael V. Dalton Memorial Scholarship:

Evan Fair, Owen Kennedy, Emma Neenan,

Michael O’Brien, Elizabeth Schmidt, Alex

Sieve

Philip S. Wilson Memorial Scholarship:

Nickson Joseph

Pioneer Pride Scholarship: Mekhi Peters

Reid R. Sacco Memorial Scholarship: Evan

Fair

Selectman John (Jack) F. Donegan

Memorial Scholarship: Michael O’Brien

Society of Women Engineers Certificates

of Merit: Kelsey Hodsdon, Highest Honors;

Lauryn Millar, High Honors; Jillian

Driscoll, High Honors

Sonny Tropeano Memorial Scholarship:

Michael O’Brien

Student Council Scholarships: Caitlin

McCormack, Lauren Grava

Wakefield Cooperative Bank Scholarship:

Caitlin McCormack

Walter & Elizabeth Kuestenmacher

Scholarship: Gianna Fuccillo, Brooke

Hubacz

ATHLETIC AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS

Wakefield Item Trophy for Outstanding

Scholar-Athletes: Anna Kaminski, Michael O’Brien

Lynnfield Athletic Association Awards: Samantha Bunar,

Chase Carney, Shane McQueen, Lucy Cleary, Allison Orlofski

Michael Maney Scholarship: Jake Mallett

PLNR Hockey Scholarship: Catherine Sweeney

William Rodan Scholarship: Michael O’Brien

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Bishop Fenwick graduates toss their caps in the air at the conclusion of their commencement ceremony. A Fenwick tradition holds that the

sunflower is symbolic for each student’s ability to turn toward God, just as the sunflower turns toward light.

COURTESY PHOTO

Caps off to Fenwick grads

BY MAGELLA CANTARA

Bishop Fenwick High School

presented 129 diplomas and sunflowers

to the graduating class

of 2022 at their 60th Annual

Commencement Thursday, May

26.

As the Fenwick Band performed

a rendition of Elton John’s

“I’m Still Standing,” the graduating

class, many holding their

caps down to keep the wind from

blowing them away, formed a line

at the field. Friends and family

members rushed to take photos

of the graduates’ excited and nervous

faces.

After the winner of the John

J. Meehan Service award,

Administrative Assistant Patricia

Lafleur, was announced by

Salutatorian Patrick O’Neil,

Valedictorian Ethan Troy

Henshaw delivered a bittersweet

speech in which he contemplated

his regret for having spent his

high school years studying and

rarely socializing.

“Younger me came here with a

rather warped view of reality and

life [...] I had to get perfect grades

and take the hardest classes, and

my time here would only be so

enjoyable. I didn’t mind that, I

wanted to take the path less traveled.

I can assure you it’s less

traveled for a damn good reason,”

Henshaw said. “When your mind

becomes trapped in the future,

you forget to live in the present.”

Henshaw went on to advise

his former classmates to use their

regrets from high school to pave

their lives in college.

“I stand here unsure of whether

to be proud of my accomplishments

or angry at myself for

wasting so much time [...] As

painful as it may feel to hold the

regrets that I do, they’re more

tools I can use to better myself,”

Henshaw said. “Contemplate

those regrets and the lesson they

give you. Do not try to forget

them and do not try to bury them.”

As President Thomas Nunan

and Assistant Dean of Students

Christopher Canniff handed diplomas

to the graduates, the

crowd, who had been instructed

to hold their applause, honked

and cheered for their family members

and friends.

Following the changing of the

tassel, Nunan delivered a charge

to the graduates in which he

quoted Martin Heidegger, Bob

Dylan, Ed Sheeran, and Jesus

Christ. He reminded students that

they were each other’s “Shelter

From the Storm” throughout the

pandemic, and promised the graduating

class that each one of them

could call Bishop Fenwick home

at any time.

“Be that light. Think of yourself

as a high beam flashlight and

bring light into the world that desperately

needs it,” Nunan said.

“Believe, hope, even in times of

transition you will be fine. I pray

that each of you have found love

and felt love here, right where you

are now. In struggle and success,

in tragedy and triumph, in bad

times and good, come back to

Fenwick. This is your school, this

is your home, this is your family.

We will be here for you always,

we will be light, and warmth, and

joy, and shelter, and love, and forever,

you will be family.”

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St. John’s Prep

Members of the senior class gather for a group photo during the Prep’s senior week festivities.

PHOTO | ST. JOHN’S PREP

‘You are hope:’ St. John’s Prep commencement

speakers urge graduates to make a difference

By Charlie MCKenna

DANVERS — At the St.

John’s Preparatory School’s commencement

ceremony on May

21, the Class of 2022 was told to

use the knowledge and skills they

learned over their four years at the

school to “be extraordinary” and

make a difference in the world.

“Over the past five years or so,

your extraordinary abilities have

been crushed into an ordinary

high school student. What cannot

be crushed, though, is your potential,”

Evan Korol, a math teacher

chosen by the class to deliver the

commencement address, told the

crowd of students, decked in navy

blue caps and gowns. “You can

choose to reclaim what it means

to be extraordinary. Right now,

none of you is smart enough to

solve the world’s problems. But

you could be; you can choose to

do something with the knowledge,

the experiences and the

observations that you’ve made

and have been given. You can

choose to make a difference in the

world.”

The ceremony, which ran for

roughly two hours, also featured

speeches from Marc Gaudin, selected

by his peers to speak on

behalf of the class of 2022, and

Charles Kirby, the class valedictorian,

who did not attend

the in-person ceremony, instead

delivering a pre-recorded video

speech.

Gaudin reflected on the rocky

path his class has faced, having to

navigate much of their high school

experience amid the COVID-19

pandemic, and praised his classmates

for making it to the other

side.

“It’s hard to reflect on these

past four years without noting

2020 – this unknown and unprecedented

period. At some point I’m

sure we all felt frightened, confused,

and longed for the future,

for better,” said Gaudin. “But here

we are in 2022, having made it

out — together. The brotherhood

that is the class of 2022 faced this

pandemic head on and suffered

through countless hours of Zoom

and masked classrooms. And now

we sit here under this tent without

masks, without Zoom rooms, and

with each other.”

Gaudin described the 268 graduates

as a group of people who

“experience” — and live — life

to the fullest.

“The Class of 2022 is a class

of people who … step outside of

their comfort zone because discomfort

is growth. Experience,

experience, experience. A life

with voluntary limits is a life

without living,” he said.

Similarly, Kirby, the valedictorian,

said in his pre-recorded remarks

that his class was one that

“moved as one” over the course

of their time at St. John’s.

“Over the past four years, we’ve

learned a lot about ourselves and

I have learned a valuable lesson

on how best to approach challenging

situations,” he said. “I’ve

learned that changing one’s scope

and perspective can bring clarity

and solutions.”

Kirby, a Marblehead resident,

will be attending Duke University

in the fall.

The ceremony concluded with

remarks from the Danvers-based

school’s headmaster, Edward P.

Hardiman, who challenged the

graduates to be a source of hope in

a world that often feels hopeless.

“Class of 2022, it has been an

honor and a privilege to come to

know you, value you and love

you,” Hardiman said. “Remind

yourself always you are not just

graduates of St John’s Prep. You

are hope, you are inspiration. You

are prophetic messages that faith,

hope, and love, and the greatest of

these being love, are ever present

in our world and will always overcome

the challenges we face.”

No one ever said it would be easy.

CONGRATULATIONS,CLASS OF 2022!

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St. John’s Prep graduates hug after the cap-tossing ceremony at their

commencent.

During the May 21st commencement ceremony, St. John’s Prep Student Body

President Charlie M. Wilmot flexed the three championship rings he earned

while playing on various teams for the school.

The Eagles’ hockey team celebrate after winning the MIAA Division 1 State Championship.

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Seniors at St. John’s Prep throw their caps sky high after receiving their diplomas at the May 21 commencement ceremony.

PHOTO | JAKOB MENENDEZ

Theodore Cullinane

Dante D’ Alessandro

Andrew D’ Avanzo

Benjamin Deraps

Lynnfield

residents

honored by St.

John’s Prep

Ryan Feijoo

Thomas Sarni

Kirk Smith

Samuel Wehle

Theodore F. Cullinane won

academic awards in English and

Mathematics and is a National

Merit Commended scholar; a

member of the National Honor

Society (NHS) and a St. Francis

Xavier scholar, he was also

named Most Valuable Player of

the varsity lacrosse team.

Dante J. D’Alessandro won

a Co-Curricular Award for his

participation in the Rock Music

Appreciation Club and is also a

member of the NHS.

Andrew T. D’Avanzo won

academic awards in English,

Chinese, Music and Religious

Studies. A member of the NHS

and a St. Francis Xavier scholar,

he also won a Co-Curricular

Award for his participation in

the Asian Cultural Club.

Thomas J. Sarni received the

Best Athlete Award.

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to all the 2022 Graduates

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