Peninsula schools send graduates out into the world
Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News
Crescent High School graduate Bonny Hazelett examines the Hawaiian leaves and kukui nut necklace around the neck of Kaialii Story. Relatives in Hawaii sent him traditional Hawaiian graduation adornments.
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They were the last of the graduation ceremonies on the North Olympic Peninsula
In Joyce, 17 graduates and two foreign-exchange students were recognized from Crescent High School, while Clallam Bay High School's 12 graduates received diplomas and Quilcene High School and Crossroads Community School had 15 graduates.
Twelve received diplomas from Port Angeles' Lincoln High School on Thursday night.
Sequim, with an estimated 199 graduates, and Port Angeles, with between 190 and 195 graduates, conducted ceremonies Friday evening.
High schools in Port Townsend, Chimacum, Neah Bay and Forks and Quileute Tribal School in LaPush had their ceremonies earlier this month.
Last modified: June 16. 2013 6:24PM