Kingston K-14 Graduated 67 Largest Cougar Class Ever
The Kingston K-14 School District hosted their annual Commencement ceremony on Tuesday, May 25th, 2021 at the Primary Gymnasium.
The high school saw its largest ever graduating class with 67 Seniors being conferred honors on the evening.
Kingston High School Principal Melanie Rouggly welcomed family and friends for the evening ceremony and presented the graduates.
Valedictorian Laney Credeur and Salutatorian Hannah Gann were recognized for their academic achievements during their school careers.
Kingston Senior Class President Mark Upchurch spoke and represented the Class of 2021 at the podium during the Commencement.
The Class of 2021, post-pandemic, had a unique experience after the Covid-19 issues that changed education across the country. The students were congratulated by a large crowd of family and friends at the Kingston K-14 campus.
The 2021 Class was represented by President Mark Upchurch, Vice President Jade Coleman, Secretary Hannah Gann and Treasurer Grace Miller.
The K-14 School Board, represented by President Lee Patterson, awarded the diplomas during the ceremony.
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