Rani Ganagal was one of the recent graduates from the Adult Education Centre.

Fort St. James Adult Education for Education 2011 Graduation

This year’s Adult Education graduation ceremony was held at the Adult Education Centre on June 24. This year we had a total of 10 graduates, each looking so proud in their royal blue and white grad gowns.

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This year’s Adult Education graduation ceremony was held at the Adult Education Centre on June 24.  This year we had a total of 10 graduates, each looking so proud in their royal blue and white grad gowns.  The centre was decorated with brightly coloured balloons, grads’ names were posted on the board and a cake was on a table off to the side.

Ten students were awarded their high school diplomas after completing the Ministry of Education’s requirements for the Adult Graduation Program.

Tributes were given to honour the graduates and acknowledge their sacrifices and commitment to getting the job done.  Many family members and friends came out to help celebrate the occasion.

There was a small reception held after the ceremony and camera flashes were everywhere.  Thank you to Miguel’s Pizza for donating pizza for the reception.

The following is a list of all this year’s graduates:

Sandi Baker

Margaret Bird

Rick Claughton

Rani Ganagal

Kevin Hunt

Kurt Kristofferson

Colin Nordin

Charles Prince

 

Rick Rushton

 

 

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