It’s a huge day in the lives of many high school seniors. Graduation day is here for the Class of 2019 in two North Wright County schools.
St. Michael-Albertville High School will host its ceremonies at the STMA High gymnasium tonight at 7 p.m. sharp. More than 400 students will earn their diplomas as the district’s own “baby boom” – seen from 2000 through 2010 – begins to leave the high school grades.
STMA Seniors visited their former elementary schools Friday, May 31 prior to the evening’s commencement.
Meanwhile, District 882 will host its graduation commencement at the Monticello High School Stadium on Friday night, starting at 7 p.m. sharp. Ceremonies were inched up a half hour due to impending weather, and the district wanted to celebrate its second ceremony in the new community stadium, according to the district’s website.
First-year Superintendent Eric Olson penned this letter to the Class of 2019:
Rogers High School will host its graduation ceremonies next Thursday, June 6, at the RHS Field House. Elk River High will hold ceremonies the following day, as ISD 728 holds its graduation series next week.