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Clyde-Savannah CSD announces Class of 2021 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

The Class of 2021 valedictorian and salutatorian have been announced for the Clyde-Savannah Central School District according to an article published by the Finger Lakes Times.

Jenna Manns, daughter of Bridget Manns and Sean and Heather Manns, will attend Rochester Institute of Technology in the fall for mathematics.

Manns graduated with a 98.499 academic average along with 22 college credits. She’s been on the Principal’s Honor Roll every semester since starting high school and is also a member of National Honor Society.

Manns has been actively involved with the music program in school and plays several different instruments along with participating in All-County Band since middle school. Manns has also played in the pit orchestra for Clyde-Savannah’s musical production of “Legally Blonde,” and the Midlakes production of “Elf.”

Manns additionally studies music theory and photography outside of school as well as volunteering her time for local music ensembles like the Honeoye Community Band.

Sigourney Secor, daughter of Brian and Amy Secor, was accounted as Clyde-Savannah’s Ssalutatorian with a grade point average of 98.443 and 28 college credits.

Secor was on the Principal’s Honor Roll every quarter since starting high school and was honored with the President’s Award for Educational Excellence and Honor’s Student Award. She has been recognized as a scholar-athlete every year in high school and was also recognized as Student of the Month by the Clyde Rotary. Secor was accepted by the New Visions Medical Professions during her junior year of high school and was inducted into both the National Technical Honor Society as a senior and National Honor Society as a junior.

Secor plays three sports and was the Class of 2021 Vice President, Student Council president, and president of National Honor Society. She has also participated with the National Youth Catholic Conference and volunteered her time through churches to feed the homeless in Rochester.

Secor will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology in the school’s physician’s assistant program.