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OCSD honors August graduates

The Oswego City School District recently celebrated six August graduates.
Recognized at a Board of Education meeting, Lateisha Rose Colon, Frederick A. Gonzalez, Seth Michael Partridge, Jordyn Sanders and Hunter Smith received their diplomas from OHS Principal Patrick Wallace. Congratulatory remarks and handshakes were also offered by BOE president Aimee Callen, OCSD Superintendent Dean Goewey and OCSD Executive Director of Secondary Education and Personnel Heidi Sweeney.
Absent from the meeting was graduate Kaylee Won Polmanteer.
Following much applause, cheers and photographs, the graduates and their families joined Oswego City School District staff members, students and community members in celebration with light refreshments.

Oswego City School District’s August graduates proudly
display their diplomas, which they received during a Board of
Education meeting.





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Dr. Dean F. Goewey, Superintendent

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

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