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OHS Class of 2019 hosts annual grad walk

The Oswego High School Class of 2019 continued with tradition recently, as several members of the senior class revisited their respective elementary schools to inspire current elementary students to strive for greatness.
Several students who attended Minetto, Leighton, Fitzhugh Park, Kingsford Park and Charles E. Riley elementary schools, as well as the Oswego Middle School, were greeted by cheers and high-fives as they paraded around each building. During some stops, the students hugged their favorite former teachers, connected with siblings and parents, and even enjoyed some added fun on the playground.
Accompanied by senior class advisor Tami Palmitesso, the soon-to-be graduates sought to inspire current elementary and middle school students to work toward graduation and become “fully prepared and life ready.”
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