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Napoleon to Hold Graduation on July 19

A pair of Napoleon High School graduates wave to the crowd during a graduation parade on May 31 – the original graduation date before the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV. By Jeff Steers JTV News  One way or another, members of the Napoleon High School class of 2020 will have a graduation on Sunday, July 19. It is only a matter of limitations at this point. The COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench into the plans for a graduation on May 31. 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 a virtual graduation. NHS Principal Patrick Dillon released the findings in a recent email concerning the graduation issue. “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,” Dillon write in the email. “We are cancelling the June 14 (and June 16 makeup date for a virtual graduation) and putting all of our eggs in the one basket.” He noted that just over 80 percent responded to the…

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Michigan Center High School Holds Graduation at Michigan International Speedway

(June 14, 2020 11:06 AM) Saturday evening, 95 local graduates took a well-deserved victory lap around Michigan International Speedway’s 2-mile oval. The Michigan Center High School graduating seniors lined up one by one in their cars to receive their high school diploma on the track’s oval followed by a ceremonial drive across the finish line. At the ceremony, while being led by the pace car, the graduates - inside their vehicles -paraded onto the two-mile track. Graduates names were announced on the track’s public address system as they crossed the start/finish line. “During these unprecedented times with large gatherings such as traditional high school graduations in doubt, our facility provides the ability to still hold an event like this in a safe environment,” said Michigan International Speedway President Rick Brenner. “We are honored to host these graduates and their families for this special occasion.” “Our Michigan Center Seniors have endured many challenges the last few months. To be able to recognize them on a national stage at Michigan International Speedway is an incredible opportunity and a special memory that they will cherish for years to come,” said Michigan Center High School Principal Lisa Falasco. “Thank you, MIS and Congratulations MCHS…

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Michigan Center High School Class of 2020

 Michigan Center High School Class of 2020 Top Ten  1. Marayah NaDell – 4.249 1. Kole Sova – 4.249 3. Teagan Haynes – 4.234 4. Alan Maier – 4.208 5. Emily Pepper – 4.204 6. Clarissa Sims – 4.116 7. Alize Tripp – 4.102 7. Alexis Wohlhart – 4.102 9. Michaela Jaycox – 4.079 10. Erin Prater – 4.065

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Vandercook Lake High School Class of 2020

Vandercook Lake Public Schools Board President Delinda Woods on behalf of the Board of Education, Superintendent Scott Leach and Principal Renee Rudloff, 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 Vandercook Lake High School Class of 2020.

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Michigan Center High School to Hold Graduation at MIS

(June 9, 2020 10:12 AM) Michigan Center High School and Michigan International Speedway have teamed up to celebrate the accomplishments and years of hard work for graduating seniors. On Saturday, June 13 at 7 p.m., while being led by the pace car, the graduates - inside their vehicles - will take to the two-mile track. Graduates will hear their names aloud on the track’s public address system as they cross the start/finish line.  “During these unprecedented times with large gatherings such as traditional high school graduations in doubt, our facility provides the ability to still hold an event like this in a safe environment,” said Michigan International Speedway President Rick Brenner. “We are honored to host these graduates and their families for this special occasion.” “Our Michigan Center Seniors have endured many challenges the last few months. To be able to recognize them on a national stage at Michigan International Speedway is an incredible opportunity and a special memory that they will cherish for years to come,” said Michigan Center High School Principal Lisa Falasco. “Thank you, MIS and Congratulations MCHS Class of 2020.” In accordance with CDC and public health agency standards and protocols, the ceremonies will be closed…

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