Lyndonville celebrates 63 graduates at commencement

Staff Reports Posted 24 June 2017 at 8:54 am

Photos courtesy of Tracey Lewis

LYNDONVILLE – The 63 graduates in the Class of 2017 toss their caps following commencement on Friday at the school.

The ceremony was held at Stroyan Auditorium on Housel Avenue. After the program, the graduates met on the soccer field to toss their caps.

The class is pictured at the auditorium at the beginning of the program.

Jessica Smith, Lyndonville’s valedictorian, addresses her classmates and the crowd on Friday. Smith is headed to Rochester Institute of Technology to major in film animation.

Dawson Joy hugs teacher Robin Boyle after he was presented with the Fred Large Scholarship, which is named in honor of Boyle’s father, a retired coach and teacher at Lyndonville.

Dr. Aaron Slack, high school principal, announces the names of the graduates while they received their diplomas.

Ted Lewis, president of the Board of Education, and Jason Smith (right), the district superintendent, present the diplomas to the graduates.

Salma Huzair and her classmates get ready to sing the alma mater.

Brooke Kiefer and her classmates sing the alma mater to close out commencement.

Ted Lewis, president of the Lyndonville Board of Education, is pictured with his daughter Aubrey, one of the graduates this year for Lyndonville.

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