‘Sartell High School will always be a place you can call home’: Seniors celebrate graduation

Kennith Bogan

Sartell-St-Stephen Significant School seniors filled their personal gymnasium Saturday evening, celebrating their graduation and also hunting for what was but forward.

The night was crammed with seniors talking, and commenced with Grant Clark, university student council president, and Taylor Chaika, honor society vice president, presenting the class colors.

Seniors Mitiku Nies and Joshua Nguyen gave recognition and ‘thank you’ to the SHS Faculty and Board of Instruction.

“Thank you for your tough perform.” Ahead of introducing , they gave 1 final “Thank you” to their classmates.

Superintendent Dr. Jeff Ridlehoover paraphrased a colleague when speaking about the complications learners faced all through the pandemic.

“For people who have claimed to walk to ability in snow up and down hill both equally techniques, you have totally practically nothing on these learners,” Ridlehoover claimed.

“Proceed to be the daily life of the earth, spread kindness hope and superior will where ever you go and bear in mind, Sartell Substantial College will normally be a put you can get in touch with house,” Ridlehoover concluded.

Senior Hannah Spode then spoke, declaring she procrastinated composing her speech just like “just about every other paper I had to compose in substantial college.”

“We are who we are, and we can constantly be very pleased of that, but for now we are formally graduated,” Spode exclaimed.

A recognition of students with high academic achievements was presented by school counselors Dawn Brown, Justine Kirkham, and Noel Meyer.

Principal Tim Wege shared terms of knowledge with graduating seniors.

“No one particular receives to the place they’re at by on their own and you will need some others as substantially as they have to have you,” Wege reported.

After all the college students had their names termed, senior Kate Ellis shared some terms. She additional up numbers that are essential to her graduating class, from the numbers with the lunch codes they obtained in elementary faculty to the range of minutes it normally takes to get out of the parking large amount. It all provides to 2022, she reported.

“What will define you and what will you do with your quantities? I are unable to wait to see.”

Abdulla Gaafarelkhalifa is the education reporter for the St. Cloud Times. Arrive at him [email protected]. Stick to him on Twitter @AbdullaGaafare1

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