Looking ahead

High school graduation is an important milestone in a person’s life. It’s a rite of passage and an important part of a teenager’s journey into becoming an adult. It’s an accomplishment that we should all applaud, especially given the fact that over the past two years students largely had to study at home away from their friends and the many benefits of the school environment.
Going from being in a classroom to isolating in their homes, students have had to adapt to a new way of life. Still, they showed up to their online classes and tried to stay engaged. Now, in this graduation season, as their names get . . .

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