Diplomas ready for 210 high school graduates
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Diplomas will be presented to 210 graduates of the San Juan School District at graduation ceremonies throughout the county.

Many students are hard at work finalizing their school work in anticipation of receiving a diploma.

In addition to services at the five high schools, commencement services will also be held at elementary and middle schools.

Graduation at Monticello High School will begin at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25 in the high school auditorium. Forty-one students will graduate, led by valedictorians Averi Christiansen and Nathalie Reay and salutatorian Molly Anderson.

Dr. Douglas Wright, retiring superintendent of the San Juan School District, will be the guest speaker.

Photos of the graduates were printed in the May 18 issue of the San Juan Record.

A total of 88 graduates will receive diplomas at the San Juan High School graduation, which begins at 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 26 in the high school auditorium. Steve Lovell is the featured guest speaker.

Eleven students are named summa cum laude graduates, including Emry Bayles, Porter Bradford, Tallie Chamberlain, Talon Dayish, Bronz Eldredge, Dana Gappmayer, Krista Grover, Lincoln Holliday, Preston Palmer, Ann Pugh, and Mary Royer.

Photos of the graduates are on pages 4-5 of this issue of the newspaper.

Monument Valley High School will present diplomas to 37 graduates in ceremonies that will begin at noon on Friday, May 27.

The valedictorian is Nakaya Holiday and the salutatorian is Tiffany Luna. The guest speakers will be Jack Seltzer and Powers Whiskers.

Photos of the graduates can be found on page 3 of this issue of the newspaper.

Whitehorse High School will present diplomas to 39 graduates at ceremonies set to begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 28 in the high school gymnasium.

The validictorian is Larenz Esplain, and the salutatorian is Brevin Norton. Norton is also the Senior class president. The keynote speaker is Kester Tapaha.

Photos of the graduates were printed in the May 18 issue of the San Juan Record.

The graduating class at Navajo Mountain High School includes six seniors and one junior. They will receive their diplomas at ceremonies beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 28 in the gymnasium.

The valedictorian is Terry King, and the featured speaker is Karen Tallman Begaye.

The San Juan School District operates 12 schools and serves nearly 3,000 students in locations spread across San Juan County.
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