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While it wasn't what seniors may have envisioned when the 2019-2020 school year began, in a pandemic world, Clinton High School seniors were able to receive their diplomas in the walls of Clinton High School Sunday afternoon.

 

Principal Jerry Wayne and his staff worked long and hard to make sure some sort of graduation ceremony took place to recognize the seniors of Clinton High School and Sunday the principal tipped his cap to his students.

 

 

Valedictorian Kayla Sterr thanked everyone involved in preparing the Class of 2020....

 

 

Valedictorian Destiny Schlessinger jokingly called the Class of 2020 the guineapig class, capped off by a pandemic shortened year.

 

 

Valedictorian Garrett Wayne says whatever the future holds for their class, they will always have the memories of high school to look back on.

 

 

Valedictorian Elizabeth Maier offered up encouragement to her classmates....

 

 

To her classmates, Valedictorian Payne Turney spoke a word of encouragement from Apple founder, Steve Jobs....

 

 

Valedictorian Brett Reeves says the memories of high school will always be with them...

 

 

Sarah Fabris was the Salutatorian and Class President Libby Bateson announced the graduates as they entered the auditorium to receive their diplomas. 

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