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By Spring Atchison
Office Manager, Advertising 

Commencement ceremonies held in Fleming following month-long postponement due to COVID-19

 

(Herald photo by Spring Atchison)

FLEMING GRADUATE Brandon Williams chuckles with classmates Dylan Nolde and Jessalyn Estrada, seated behind Williams, as he shares some of his favorite memories during his valedictorian's address on Sunday afternoon. Commencement ceremonies took place a month later than originally scheduled in an outdoor celebration due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Thirteen years of education, followed by an additional month of waiting, finally culminated in commencement ceremonies for the 12-member class of 2020 at Fleming High School. A ceremony originally planned for mid-May was postponed due to COVID-19, but Sunday afternoon, June 14, brought a conclusion for this year's graduating class.

Restrictions in regards to the current pandemic forced the ceremony to be held outside in warm and windy conditions. The class remained light hearted in their celebration despite the many challenges they've faced.

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