82 students receive their diplomas from St. Ray’s

(L-r) Teal Rosa, valedictorian and John tolentino, salutatorian.

Saint Raymond Elementary School held its Graduation ceremony on Friday, June 12, at St. Raymond Church. Monsignor John Graham, Pastor of Saint Raymond parish, presided over the Mass and ceremony at which 82 graduates received their diplomas.

After the Graduation Mass, John Tolentino gave the Salutatory address as the graduate with the second highest grade point average.

Teal Rosa, valedictorian, addressed her classmates for the final time.

The Class of 2009 can boast 100% acceptance to Catholic High Schools and many received scholarship awards to attend Catholic High Schools in the area.

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