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WOODBINE - Mayor William Pikolycky congratulated the 2019 elementary and high school graduates from the Borough of Woodbine:

Woodbine Elementary School

June 10, 2019:

Tyrone Joseph Bard, Jada Rae Elston, Antonette Tatiyanna Gibson,

Jada LeRoy Foods, Abian Lopez-Marin, Samuel Stevens Maldonado Feliciano

Yamila Aileen Moran, Nyasia Imani Ariel Price, Kylie Annastasia Rose,

Brooklyn Lee Thomas, Magaly Eleny Tohom-Dominguez

Awards during the graduation went to:

Woodbine Borough Student Government from Mayor Pikolycky and Borough Council – Most Interested in Social Studies – Jada Elston

Philip DeSantis School Involvement – Magaly Tohom-Dominguez

Cape May County Chief School Administrators Award – Highest GPA –Jada Elston & Magaly Tohom-Dominguez

Woodbine Volunteer Fire Company Award – Highest Science Average-Jada Elston

Knight of Columbus – Excellence in Education – Highest Average-Jada Elston & Abian Lopez

John and Mary Horne – for hardest working and most improved-Abian Lopez

AARP Award – Most Improved-Antonette Gibson

Elmer & Rose Hankerson Memorial Scholarship- Jada Fooks

Carolyn Moffit Memorial Award-(perseverance)-Kylie Rose

Woodbine graduates attending other schools:

From Bishop McHugh Regional: Avierre Crawley, Zariah Walker

Holy Spirit High School: Zhyana Young

From Cape May County Technical High School: Carlos Camacho; Taronjanee Jones; Lorin Perednas; Julia Rose Sittineri

From Middle Township High School: Carlos R. Camacho; Gabriella M.Caraballo; Sebasstion E.Cortes-Lopez; Jerry J. Evans;  Richard J Evans; Jaylin Garcia; Arcolia E.Holton; Kevan Johnson; Victoria London; Timothy Price; Orlando Ramos; Dashaun J.Schaffer; Ky'elle Williams,