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East Jackson High School Class of 2020

East Jackson High School Class of 2020 Top 10 Seniors Alexis Brzezinski, Valedictorian Alexis Chown, Valedictorian Makenzie Miller, Valedictorian Reagan Rudd, Valedictorian Mackenzie Walraven, Valedictorian Jeremiah Allen Jordan Collins Houston Elmo Hayley Silveus-Badillo Livi Talmage  

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Grass Lake High School Class of 2020

Grass Lake Community Schools Board President Amy Humbarger on behalf of the Board of Education, Superintendent Dr. Ryle Kiser and Principal Brian Thompson, are pleased to announce the following students have officially and successfully completed the course of study and have met all graduation requirements. As they receive their High School Diploma they are officially The Grass Lake High School Class of 2020. Nicolas Abbott Jayde Adams Michael Ball Xavier Bargesser Tessa Bednarski Sabrina Beiring Katherine Black Elise Blakeman Elizabeth Branch-Smyth Jenna Brower Gavin Burk Alec Burns Jacob Campbell Madalyn Campbell Carson Canning Clayton Canning Hannah Challender Ryan Cicalo Jacob Clark Hannah Claussen Katie Colesa Kaysey Cook Blake Coskie Ian Cottle Brandon Craft Alissa Cross Brianna Cross Cameron Darrow Alyiah Davidson Avery Dotts-Brown Zoe Dotts-Brown Eleanor Durkee Ryan Forman Christian Foster Dusty Fullerton Stephanie Fullerton Louis Good Charlotte Hadley Brienna Harris Winston Higgins Shane Holcomb Joshua Horodeczny Chase Horvath Audrey Humbarger Alyana Ingall Kathryn Jordan Brooke Kern Ethan Kirklin Andrea Kleine Kylie Klotz Samantha Klovski Samantha Kohls Weston Kwiatek Chloe Kyer Connor LaFave Gage Lee Anna Lockridge Jami Loose Annabella Loughridge Benjamin Loughridge Kerrigan Lynch Madison McCaherty Morgan Melecci Jakob Miller Ryplie Murphy Jacquelyn Murray Katrina Nichol Trinity Ortbring Jillian Palmer Brandon…

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Napoleon Graduates 79 Students in Virtual Ceremony

Napoleon High School graduate Tyler Owen, center, stands with his grandparents for a photo following his virtual graduation ceremony on Sunday.  Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV News. By Jeff Steers JTV News (July 19, 2020 1:53 PM) It may not have been the picturesque graduation that Napoleon High School seniors are used to, but 79 were scheduled to walk across the stage on Sunday, July 19, at NHS. The COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench into the plans for a graduation on May 31. Students walked across a stage in the auditorium on Sunday as friends and family members looked on and took photos. The district – like most others – debated the graduation question since school was canceled for good in early April. A representative graduation committee recently came up with the decision to hold a 1) outdoor graduation – if limitations allow; 2) indoor graduation if limitations allow; or 3) a virtual graduation. When limitations on the number of attendees, the committee agreed to a virtual graduation. “We want to thank our representative graduation committee parents and students consisting of Susan Sayles, Lisa Bradley, Mike Boobyer, Elizabeth Phelps, Izzy Ford, and Austin Smith, for participating in the tough decision making,”…

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Napoleon High School Virtual Graduation 7-19-20 | Photo Gallery

Napoleon High School virtual graduation, Sunday, July 19, 2020.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV News.  To order prints or downloads, click here. Napoleon High School virtual graduation, Sunday, July 19, 2020.  Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV News.  To order prints or downloads, click here.

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Napoleon High School Class of 2020

Napoleon High School Top Ten Students Class of 2020 1. Elizabeth Gloria Phelps (valedictorian) 4.057 2. Morgan Michelle Boobyer (salutatorian) 4.05 3. Kathleen Michele Janiuk 4.04 4. Rebekah Joyce Skrzynski 4.028 5. Stephanie Lynn Moll 4.02 6. Thomas Andrew Vincent 3.98 7. Brandon Robert Grimes 3.969 8. Rachel Marie Gross 3.95 9. Austin James Smith 3.932 10. Mackenzie Melinda Pulka 3.929

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Nearly 100 OHS Seniors Graduate at MIS

Onsted High School valedictorian Kinsey Wagner holds up her diploma after graduating at Michigan International Speedway on Friday night. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV News. By Jeff Steers JTV News Onsted Community Schools Superintendent Steve Head knew the senior class of 2020 needed a unique experience after COVID-19 cancelled some of the biggest events of the school year in March. How about a facility with nearly 80,000 seats? Nearly 100 OHS seniors graduated at Michigan International Speedway on Friday night with parents, grandparents, relatives, and siblings looking on from vehicles. COVID-19 made a regular graduation in the OHS gymnasium impossible due to restrictions. When MIS stepped up offering their facility, Onsted administrators jumped at it. “OHS graduate Jennifer Hutchinson worked with us,” Head said. “This is a special class and we knew they had to get together – in one spot – one more time.” Hutchinson works at MIS in facility rental opportunities and new business development. Students rode in a vehicle with parents and siblings while other relatives drove on the outside lane watching and videotaping. All graduates were allowed to have up to two vehicles on the track and another in pit row watching the event. The ceremony…

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