Sunday, June 6, 2010

Large graduating class in 2010

Twenty nine students are about to graduate from Caroline School at the end of June. And several of them are going on to post secondary studies. That fact stood out at the graduating ceremonies held at the school on Friday, May 28. The class also presented a $2,000 donation to the community in the form of a cheque to the Rec and Ag Society. This is carrying out a recently started tradition in Caroline where the graduating class of 2009 donated a water fountain for Little Green Park which will be formally unveiled on June 2 at 11:30 am.
MC for the ceremonies was Vice Principal Dean Pilipchuk who introduced dignitaries from the school division and local and provincial governments. In the principal’s address to the graduates, Nathan Moore spoke about the difference between “being right” and “doing right”. He stressed the importance of belonging to the latter category.

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