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Letter: Be respectful at graduation

Working endlessly and tirelessly we as a class have made it over mountains to get to this Graduation day.

Excitement will fill every corner and every seat of the gymnasium that day, which is as it should be.

The class of 2012 does ask for respect in the proceedings of the ceremony.

The beach balls and air horns have their place in the events after the speakers and awards are given.

We have worked hard to be where we are today, let us give the respect that is deserved to all the hard working students of the graduating class of 2012.

Senior Class

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