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August graduates of Oswego High School recognized

The Oswego City School District honored its August graduates of Oswego High School at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting. Pictured, left to right, are OCSD Executive Director of Secondary Education and Personnel Heidi Sweeney, OHS Principal Patrick Wallace, graduates Christian A. Gonzalez, Benjamin T. Hansel, Dolores Hernandez and Kaitlynn Todd, Board of Education President Aimee Callen and Superintendent Dr. Dean Goewey.The Oswego City School District Board of Education on Tuesday recognized seven students who in August completed their degrees from Oswego High School.
Abigayle Christian, Mark Anthony Delong, Christian A. Gonzalez, Benjamin T. Hansel, Dolores Hernandez, Joseph Keytack and Kaitlynn Todd were honored at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting.
“These graduates have shown their perseverance and love of learning through earning their diplomas and we could not be prouder of each of them,” said Superintendent Dr. Dean Goewey. “We wish them the best as they leave our halls fully prepared and life-ready for the great things they’re sure to embark on.”
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