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Students from Saint Mark’s High School, Padua, Archmere and Ursuline academies recognized by Delaware Gov. John Carney

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Gov. John Carney presents a proclamation commemorating Catholic School Weeks to high school students from the Diocese of Wilmington who were visiting his office in Wilmington. Photo courtesy governor's office.

Delaware Gov. John Carney hosted students from four high schools Jan. 31 at his office in Wilmington in recognition of Catholic Schools Week.

Students from Archmere Academy, Padua Academy, Saint Mark’s High School and Ursuline Academy were in attendance for the presentation of a proclamation from the governor, who is a Saint Mark’s graduate.

Archmere was represented by Gabrielle Dove and Noah Marino.

Padua students in attendance were Rachel Thomas and Hannah King.

Saints Mark’s was represented by Chad Dohl and Ryan Betts.

Avery Randall and Norah McGlinchey represented Ursuline.