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Seventeen Wauneta-Palisade students took a step into the future Saturday with commencement ceremonies at the high school. Class members are (front, from left) Harlee Brewer, Paloma Olivares, Jeimy Martinez, Dakota Ingold, Matilda Malcolm, Monique Gooden, Evan Nordhausen, Peyton Sramek, (back) Daniel Christenson, Paxton Gleason, Tommy Bley, Joel Maris, Dennis Cavanaugh, Caid Doetker, Lake Reikofski, Duncan Rector, Dalton Harchelroad. Right, Doetker brushes away a tear after giving a flower to his grandmother, Bonnie Weiss.
Wauneta-Palisade High School’s class of 2019 took a big step into its future Saturday with a commencement ceremony at the high school.
Wauneta-Palisade eighth-grade students going on to ninth grade for the 2019-2020 school year are (front, from left) Tennille Warembourg, Cali Cox, Sydnee Acton, Halle Bardsley, Angyelina Keenan, Diane Martinez, (middle) Kaden Straub, Peyton Vrbas, Chloe Stehno, Jillian Martinez, Brianna Sramek, (back) Christopher Keen, Koltar Rahn, Kyle Jutten, Josh Hicks and Ethan Carl.
On Monday, May 13 the Wauneta-Palisade kindergarten class hosted a Mother’s Day Tea/Graduation at the Palisade Attendance Center.
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