Saturday, May 26, 2018
Fowlerville High School Class of 2018 to graduate this Sunday, June 3
The Fowlerville High School Class of 2018 will graduate this Sunday, June 3. The Commencement Exercises will take place at the competition gymnasium, starting at 2 p.m.
Over 200 seniors are expected to receive their diplomas, including 199 from the high school and the rest from the Fowlerville On-Line Learning Academy.
The afternoon program begins with the Senior Processional, with the high school band—under the direction of William Vliek--playing Pomp and Circumstance. This will be followed by the singing of The Star Spangled Banner by the high school choir, a Welcome Address by the superintendent, Wayne Roedel, and the Presentation of the School Board by the board president, Mike Brown. High School Principal Bradford Lusk will be serving as the master of ceremonies.
Caden Collins will give the Class Welcome, Hannah Brock and Hannah Kubiak will offer the Sponsor Thank You, Rachel Zhang will present his Salutatorian Address, and Brittany Bush will give her Valedictorian Address.
Michaela Walker will introduce the guest speaker, Joshua York—a young man who, while attending Michigan State University, came up with the idea of creating and selling street-wear clothing and using some of the profits to help the homeless. He calls the endeavor the ‘York Project.’
After this, the Presentation of Diplomas will occur with Mike Brown, Bradford Lusk, Assistant High School Principal Eric Diroff, Athletic Director Brian Osborn, and Grace Damerow, principal of the Fowlerville On-Line Learning Academy taking part.