Seven to graduate from Arvada-Clearmont

Seven seniors will receive their diplomas in graduation ceremonies on May 26 at Arvada-Clearmont High School.

Ceremonies will start at 2 p.m., and Charles Auzqui, who's superintendent of Sheridan County School District 3, said graduation is a community event.

Because Sheridan County School District 3 is one of the smallest school districts in the state, numbers of graduates aren't high. Auzqui said the seven are 100 percent of this year's senior class. Since he's been superintendent of District 3, he added, graduation numbers have ranged from a low of four to a high of 14.

But, he said, District 3's graduates do very well, averaging $70,000 to $140,000 in scholarships, for example. He said the district takes pride in the fact that the majority of District 3 students qualify for Hathaway scholarships.

Also, he said, some of the seniors will graduate with college credits through both dual and concurrent enrollments.

This year's graduates are pictured below.

Kristin Klaahsen (Courtesy photo)
Kristin Klaahsen (Courtesy photo)
Tanner Klatt (Courtesy photo)
Tanner Klatt (Courtesy photo)
John Malli (Courtesy photo)
John Malli (Courtesy photo)
Cassidy McBride (Courtesy photo)
Cassidy McBride (Courtesy photo)
Terrissa McClure (Courtesy photo)
Terrissa McClure (Courtesy photo)
Taziree Smith (Courtesy photo)
Taziree Smith (Courtesy photo)
Brooke Worman (Courtesy photo)
Brooke Worman (Courtesy photo)
SheridanWyoming.com

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