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“We know that your positive impact will continue, your influence will extend far beyond this retirement day. Because your influence, a little bit of you, continues in the lives of each and every student you have worked with in the AAPS,” said Superintendent Jeanice Swift.

Like driving a car alone for the first time, Skyline High School’s class of 2019 were told at their commencement ceremony that graduation is a mix of euphoric freedom and the fear of expanding responsibility. Principal Cory McElmeel urged the 345 graduates to celebrate not just this moment of graduation, but also remember the moments, the people, and the actions that led to it.

Video, photos and story by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News Editor On your mark. Get set.  Go! Students cheered from the sidelines as their peers raced down the track at the recent 5th Annual A2 Unifed …

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