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SHS 2024 Graduation held on Friday

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A large crowd attended the Sheridan High School graduation at the Homer Scott Field on Friday, May 24. The class colors were midnight blue and daffodil yellow; class flower was a sunflower. The National Anthem was performed by Spectrum.

SHS Principal Scott Cleland gave the welcome address, telling the seniors that graduation marks a significant milestone in their lives. “We are here to celebrate you,” he added.

Cleland shared some data about the class of 2024.

Presley Granum, Senior Class President, passed the brand, a branding iron tied with steamers of each graduating class’s colors, to Kyleigh Gold, the president of the junior class, signifying the passing of the knowledge and tradition down to the next class.

There were two salutatorians, Madison Miller and Gabriella Wright. Adeline Pendergast was the Valedictorian.

Miller thanked those who helped her achieve this goal, and she urged other graduates

Wright talked about what being independent meant to her.

Pendergast, even though she loves to run and broke several track records during her high school career, urged her fellow graduates to slow down

Cleland said that this year there were two guest speakers, one was the traditional adult, voted on by the students to give the keynote address, and as well as a student speaker elected by the seniors. Cleland introduced him as the “Future governor of Wyoming, Jhett West.”

Keynote speaker Ferguson started her speech talking about how words, as well as actions, matter.

Diplomas were conferred, tassels were turned, and mortarboards were thrown in the air and the students can now embark on their new life journeys.

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