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It’s commencement for the Class of 2014

TRI-COUNTY AREA—Area seniors are preparing to receive their high school diplomas during graduation ceremonies this weekend. Students in the Class of 2014 will be graduating from Dundee, Penn Yan, Odessa-Montour, Hammondsport and Watkins Glen, Friday and Saturday, June 27 and 28.
Dundee’s graduation ceremony is Friday, June 27. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. and will feature 52 members of the senior class. Dundee Principal Chris Arnold said this is the exact same number of students who graduated last year.
“The Class of 2014 is a very kind and caring group of young men and women who are always willing to lend a hand, support a cause or help people in need,” Arnold said. “A strong example of this was how quickly each member of the class completed the 20 hour service learning component that is required for graduation at DCS.”
Penn Yan will be hosting their graduation ceremony for the seniors Friday, June 27. The ceremony will begin at 7 p.m. and will take place on the football field. The graduates this year include 128 seniors, which is up from 118 graduates last year.
Odessa-Montour’s graduation ceremony is Friday, June 27 at 6 p.m. in the Fetter Brown auditorium. Odessa will be graduating 59 students, which is down from 65 from last year.
Hammondsport will also be holding their graduation ceremony Friday, June 27 at 6 p.m. The ceremony totals 38 graduating students, which is three more students than last year’s class.
“This class has a number of students that have achieved at a high academic level and many have made outstanding individual and collective contributions to the athletic and music programs and the other extracurricular clubs,” Hammondsport Principal Tad Rounds said. “The students, parents and teachers are all to be congratulated for their hard work and dedication to the class of 2014.”
Watkins Glen’s ceremony is Saturday, June 28 at 2 p.m. in the high school auditorium. This year’s graduating class has 72 students, which is down compared to 94 students last year.
“This year’s class has been very involved in many school activities,” Watkins Glen Principal Dave Warren said. “If there was something going on they took part in it and they had great school pride throughout the year. They also connected to community activities though Interact. they are great leaders and good role models for the younger students and will leave behind great memories of things well done.”




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