Students become elementary school graduates

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Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Lynn Fair, fourth-grader at Robinwood, read her essay before the graduation ceremony started at Robinwood Lane Elementary on May 31.

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Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Robinwood Lane Elementary fourth-grade teacher, Jeanette Tamulonis, stood with some of the students after their graduation.

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Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Fourth-grade Robinwood Lane students help up their diplomas after their graduation ceremony on May 31.

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Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Fourth-grade teacher Doreen Miner gave a diploma and shook the hand of her student as she walked across the stage for the Robinwood Lane Elementary fourth grade graduation.

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Neighbors | Alexis Bartolomucci.Doreen Miner stood with her fourth-grade students on May 31 after their graduation ceremony at Robinwood Lane Elementary.

By ALEXIS BARTOLOMUCCI

abartolomucci@vindy.com

Fourth-grade students walked across the stage at Robinwood Lane Elementary one last time on May 31.

Families and friends gathered to watch the fourth-grade students earn their diplomas and graduate to the fifth grade.

Four students were chosen by their peers to read an essay about their time at Robinwood before the ceremony began. Vincent Massacci from Jeanette Tamulonis’s class was first to read his essay. Following Massacci was Max Switka from Jan Zorman’s class, Abiha Khan from Jeff Hammerton’s class and Lynn Fair from Doreen Miner’s class.

After the essays were presented, the teachers took the stage to announce their students. As the students walked across the stage, they received a diploma and a handshake from their teacher and the PTA President.

When all the students finished walking across the stage, they waited outside as the audience watched a presentation. The presentation was a slideshow of different pictures of the fourth-grade students participating in different activities throughout the school year.

While the students were outside they talked about how they were excited for summer and the fifth grade.

Before departing, the families and students enjoyed cookies and punch and had the opportunity to talk to the teachers and Principal Don Robinson.

The evening came to an end and the students prepared themselves for the summer before entering their first year at Boardman Center Intermediate School.

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