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The Stissing Mountain Class of 2022 celebrated its commencement from the Pine Plains Central School District at a ceremony held inside the Stissing Mountain Junior/Senior High School auditorium at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 25. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Bombers soar toward futures with graduation

PINE PLAINS — After reminiscing about their time in the Pine Plains Central School District (PPCSD) and thanking everyone who helped them reach their goals, the Stissing Mountain Class of 2022 was ready to step into its future on Graduation Day, on Saturday, June 25.


From left, soon to be Webutuck High School students Samantha Skurtowitz and Emma Bailey celebrated all they’ve accomplished thus far as they take the next step in their academic careers in the Webutuck school district alongside their classmate, Jocelyn Ferguson. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Eighth-grade students move up

WEBUTUCK — The Webutuck Class of 2026 had a cool summer morning to celebrate the final chapter of its academic career at Eugene Brooks Intermediate School at the Eighth-Grade Recognition Ceremony held on Thursday, June 23. The ceremony was held at 8:30 a.m. under an enormous tent on the soccer field behind Webutuck High School.


Members of the Webutuck Class of 2022 applauded salutatorian Justin Carman’s speech as read aloud by fellow graduate Kennedy Doran. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

Webutuck Class of ‘22: Graduates inspired to show strength and give thanks

WEBUTUCK — Before embarking on the next stage of their journey, the Webutuck Class of 2022 was inspired to think about how to effectively bring change into the world and thank those who made their achievements possible at their graduation ceremony on Friday, June 24.


Shanaya Duprey held two bouquets as her mother, Danielle, beamed with pride at North Canaan Elementary’s graduation on Wednesday, June 15. Photo by John Coston

North Canaan students move on

NORTH CANAAN — The skies threatened with dark clouds in the minutes before the North Canaan Elementary School eighth graders began their procession to a graduation ceremony on Wednesday, June 15.


The Class of 2022 from Salisbury Central School moments before the commencement ceremonies began on Tuesday, June 14. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Salisbury graduates look ahead

SALISBURY — The annual commencement exercise at Salisbury Central School  (SCS) on Tuesday, June 14, was held outside, in front of the lower building.

The assembled family members could hear whooping from inside before the 27 members of the Class of 2022 emerged and took their seats.


The Cornwall Consolidated School Class of 2022 tossed their graduation caps into the air, their last act of mutual solidarity as they moved on to high school. Photo by Janet Manko

19 students advance from Cornwall

CORNWALL — Master of Ceremonies at the Cornwall Consolidated School eighth grade graduation Simon Markow let it be known he relished his role, and hopes to continue it into his future, “as host of the Oscars one day.”


Members of the Sharon Center School Class of 2022 bid farewell at a reception that followed their promotion ceremony. Photo by Leila Hawken

Sharon Class of 2022 celebrates

SHARON — Under perfectly sunny skies and with beaming families and friends looking on, the 10 members of the Class of 2022 each accepted Sharon Center School diplomas well prepared for the next phase of educational achievement. Their promotion ceremony was held in front of the school on Tuesday, June 14.


Lee H. Kellogg School Principal Stacey Calo praised the Class of 2022 for its leadership abilities during the commencement ceremony Wednesday, June 15. Photo by  Patrick L. Sullivan

Kellogg graduates say goodbye

FALLS VILLAGE — Lee H. Kellogg (LHK) School Principal Stacey Calo described the Class of 2022 during the commencement ceremony Wednesday, June 15, as “spunky, cohesive and so kind.”


Members of the Class of 2022 at Housatonic Valley Regional High School cheered their classmates during the commencement ceremony on Thursday, June 16. Photo by Hunter O. Lyle

Fiery speeches mark HVRHS graduation

FALLS VILLAGE — The 90 members of the Class of 2022 heard passionate speeches from their classmates as they celebrated the 83rd commencement at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) on Thursday, June 16.

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