Central School District 104 held their very first virtual graduation for the district’s eighth graders on May 14. After a slide show of pictures, Joseph Arthur Middle School Principal Dr. Tron Young emceed the virtual ceremony.
May 22, 2020
Carriel Junior High eighth grade graduates lined up to say goodbye to staff and administration members, and their junior high careers. The parade, filled with fun playlists that inspired staff dance parties, balloons, signs, laughter, and tears, recognized the students for their achievements and took the place of a formal graduation in the district.
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The Fulton Eighth Grade Class of 2020 lined up in droves to wave goodbye and celebrate the end of their junior high career with staff members. With happy and inspiring music, bubbles, decorations, dancing staff members and more, students laughed and cried their way through their goodbyes.
Shiloh Middle School embraced the need for alternate graduation ceremonies by holding a graduation parade. The parade began at SMS and wound throughout the Village of Shiloh and returned to the school where graduates were called by name and handed their certificates. Congratulations to the 2020 Eighth Grade Wildcats!