Woodward-Granger High School awards 49 diplomas Sunday

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Woodward-Granger High School commencement exercises were held Sunday afternoon, and diplomas were awarded to 49 students.

WOODWARD — The Woodward-Granger High School Class of 2016 assembled at the Hawk gymnasium Sunday at 2 p.m. for commencement exercises, including the presentation of diplomas to 49 student graduates.

Student Body President Katie Noland welcomed the assembled audience. She was followed by comments from Principal Robert Boley, who also introduced the Class Valedictorian Madison Brown.

Brown spoke of the past, the future and the dreams that occupy the minds of youth today.

W-G English Instructor Mindy Buck presented the keynote address. She congratulated the graduates on their accomplishments and encouraged them to further excellence in their various endeavors.

Woodward-Granger Superintendent of Schools Brad Anderson presented the Class of 2016, and diplomas were presented by Woodward-Granger School District Board of Directors President Rebecca Carroll.

Processional and recessional music was Edward Elgar’s “Pomp and Circumstance Military Marches,” performed by the Woodward-Granger High School Band, under the direction of Bryan Willer.

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A list of graduates' future plans was included with the commencement program. Click for full-size .pdf
A list of graduates’ future plans was included with the commencement program. Click image full-size .pdf file.
Click for the full program.
Click image for full program.
About 500 people filled the Woodward-Granger High School gymnasium Sunday afternoon for commencement exercises for the Class of 2016.
About 500 people filled the Woodward-Granger High School gymnasium Sunday afternoon for commencement exercises for the Class of 2016.

 

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