Even though it didn't begin until one, parents and friends started arriving as early as eleven Sunday morning to mark their territory to celebrate the graduation ceremonies at Sheridan High School.
Held outdoors in the Homer Scott Field, the graduation marked the next phase in the life of the nearly 200 graduates, but also for retiring principal Dirlene Wheeler.
She said the Class of 2014 is the greatest treasure in Sheridan, Wyoming.
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Wheeler ended her speech with, “This graduation isn't about pomp and circumstance or the ceremony. It's about our last time to be together, to celebrate with family, friends, and educators who love you. Well done class of 2014.”