67 graduate in Kendall’s Class of 2016

Staff Reports Posted 28 June 2016 at 9:00 am

Provided photos from Kendall Central School

KENDALL – This line of Kendall female grads gets ready for commencement on Friday at the David J. Doyle Junior/Senior High School. Kendall graduated 67 members of the Class of 2016.

Zachary Rohr is recognized during the commencement ceremony. Julie Christensen, the Kendall Central School superintendent, watches from the stage with other members of the Class of 2016.

Abby Rice delivers the salutatorian address. She told her classmates to, “Fake it until you make it.”

In her valedictory address, Julia Smith noted that, “life is messy,” from “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Kendall male graduates are lined up for the ceremony.

Kendall Principal Carol D’Agostino presents Caitlyn Bonifield with her diploma.

Creagan Maclaren, Brooke Andrus, Keri Furness and Julia Smith pose for a photo.

Members of the soccer team are pictured with their coach, Pam Beres.

Kris Johnston, a 1995 Kendall graduate who now works at Constellations Brands, gave the Commencement Address. Johnston obtained her bachelors and masters degrees in accounting from St. Bonaventure University and is a CPA.  The theme of her speech was “Oh the Places You’ll Go,” from Dr. Seuss.

Kendall graduates move their tassels near the end of commencement on Friday.

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