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OHS students participate in graduation walk

Thank you messages to teachers, encouragement for students and extra practice for graduation filled each Oswego City School District elementary school as the Oswego High School Class of 2018 paraded through their respective elementary buildings in one, final walkthrough.
OHS’ Graduation Walk tradition also brought many hugs and tears of joy as teachers celebrated the brief return of several of their former students. Wearing their graduation caps and gowns, each senior also displayed their post-secondary education college or career choices. The event served as an inspirational visual for younger students to continue hard work with their academic, character development and other skills necessary to be educationally successful and one day graduate OHS.

Former Kingsford Park Elementary School students returned to the building one last
time during the annual Graduation Walk.





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Dr. Dean F. Goewey, Superintendent

1 Buccaneer Boulevard
Oswego, New York 13126
Phone: 315-341-2000

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