Vermilion Outreach School Staff and graduates. Photo Kevin John On June 11, Vermilion Outreach School (VOS) held a small outdoor gathering for their graduates.
Graduates received gifts from VIBE and the school, light-up balloons, and awards for their investment in the community and volunteer work. VOS had five graduates this year
“I think it’s important that the graduates understand that the academics are just a vehicle for the real things. The real things are what got you
St. Jerome's Grads. Photo Submitted Like all schools in our area and much of the world, St. Jerome’s unfortunately cannot have a traditional grad celebration due to COVID-19. However, on June 12, St. Jerome’s grads gathered in front of the school for socially-distanced photos in recognition of this critical achievement. Each grad had a sign with their grad photo along with a congratulatory message. #Graduation #Grad2020 #StJeromesCatholicSchool
J.R. Graduates. Photo submitted Due to COVID-19, J.R. Robson School’s graduation has been postponed.
Group photos submitted of the graduates were fortunately taken before winter, as none could have anticipated social distancing measures put in place and carried out this spring. The class of 45 will have a traditional graduation celebration tentatively in August. Along with grads across the globe, graduates of J.R. have experienced a vast change of routine in attempting to fi
Decorated vehicle in graduation parade. Photo submitted. On May 29, Marwayne Jubilee School (MJS) graduates gathered for a parade in their honour, which was lead by a decorated school bus. The parade consisted of over 50 vehicles, many of which were decorated. The bus led the parade around the village honouring the 20 Grads as it passed.
“We were also honoured to have our Buffalo Trail School Board Chair Lanie Parr, Mayor Cher Eikland, the Fire and Rescue Department, as wel
Photo credit: Dragon Hare Studios The J.R. Robson School’s graduating class of 2019 were joined by staff, dignitaries, and their families to celebrate their graduation on June 28.
This year’s theme was, ‘Last steps together, first step apart.’ Dressed in their finest, students were presented their certificates and Principal Lindsey Bates reminded students of older technologies and conveyed that if a person doesn’t know what their future looks like, that it is okay.
Congratulations and encouragement was shared as St. Jerome’s School held their graduation ceremony at the Vermilion Regional Centre on May 25.
‘You had to be there,’ was the theme of the event, and as graduates approached the stage their favourite memories and plans for the future were shared. Principal Allan Chase emceed the event, and Vice Principal Allan MacMillan sang a special song to the class.
Congratulatory speeches were given from Mayor Caroline McAuley, deputy s