Harry Hoag School celebrated sixth grade graduation on Friday, June 24, marking a milestone in the lives of the students, their families and school staff, faculty and leadership. These students will be missed!
“On behalf of the entire Harry Hoag team, congratulations to our graduating sixth grade students,” said Lauren Crisman, Elementary Principal and incoming Superintendent. “I have enjoyed greeting these young students every morning for many years. Harry Hoag will not be the same without them, but I couldn’t be prouder of them.
“Their diverse range of interests has favorably impacted the climate and culture of Harry Hoag. Several students were involved in organizing seasonal food drives to support our local food pantry,” she said. “Others worked to support the Student Council in purchasing the buddy bench to promote friendship and kindness at recess.
“Many students participated in the Team Tech elective and helped to publish our school newspaper monthly. I’m going to miss reading about our school from their perspectives. And I’m not quite sure where I will now fulfill my ‘random facts’ quota without more to read from these authors.
“On top of all of their Good Samaritan work, they collectively exceeded our expectations with learning,” Crisman said. “This group maintained excellent grade point averages in their core classes as evidenced by the significant amount of Principal’s List and Honor Roll awards that were printed after each marking period ended.
“Congratulations from the Harry Hoag team!”
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