Graduated.

North High’s Kalia Nelsen waves to family in the stands.
North High’s Kalia Nelsen waves to family in the stands.
North High’s Cole Anderson gave a hug as the 110th Commencement Exercises processional got underway with teachers greeting the students at Aldrich Arena June 4.
North High’s Cole Anderson gave a hug as the 110th Commencement Exercises processional got underway with teachers greeting the students at Aldrich Arena June 4.
ISD622’s Patty Phillips christens her new selfie stick at the North High graduation, her last as superintendent. Graduating 47 years ago, she didn’t remember the speeches even though she was one of the speakers so her parting words were simply 3 rules of life- smile, be happy, and have fun.
ISD622’s Patty Phillips christens her new selfie stick at the North High graduation, her last as superintendent. Graduating 47 years ago, she didn’t remember the speeches even though she was one of the speakers so her parting words were simply 3 rules of life- smile, be happy, and have fun.

During North High's commencement ceremony, faculty speaker James Honsa was prepared with a Polar Real World Survival Kit. Displaying a Band-Aid, eraser, pencil, penny, noodle, Kleenex and a puzzle piece, he explained how each symbolized meaning in their futures. (Photos by Linda Baumeister/Review)
 

 

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