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Kennedy High School Graduation Ceremony in 2017

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Kennedy High School Graduation Ceremony in 2017

Hannah Ratzer, Arts and Culture Editor

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On Thursday, May 24, over 400 students will be walking across the stage at the US Cellular Center to start the next chapter of their lives. The ceremony will begin at 7 p.m.

Kennedy High School’s 50th Commencement Ceremony will include speeches from Principal Jason Kline, class Valedictorian Amanda Qi, and Poet Laureate Jose Juarez.

Also during the ceremony, a Then and Now slideshow will be shown of the graduating seniors, and Kennedy’s band, orchestra, and choir will be performing.

Kennedy encourages families to attend the ceremony to congratulate their seniors. The US Cell Center provides enough seating for extended family as well.

The Seniors last day at Kennedy will be May 23. Required rehearsals for graduation will be held on May 24.

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