Saturday, May 28, 2022

 Fowlerville High School to hold graduation ceremony Sunday, June 5

Fowlerville High School will hold the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2022 on Sunday, June 5, in the competition gym. It is a return to the normal setting for commencement exercises at the high school after two years of presenting the diplomas during a parade that went through Downtown Fowlerville, with the seniors riding in vehicles.

The planned schedule begins with opening remarks by High School Principal Bradford Lusk, a Welcome Address by Superintendent Wayne Roedel, and the Presentation of the School Board by Board President Mike Brown.

Abigail Thomas will give the Class Welcome while Emma Browne and Amanda Fogo will thank class sponsors Jill Thomas and Amanda Tomassi. This will be followed by Isaac Way giving the Salutatorian Address and then Reagan Esch offering the Valedictorian Address.

The ceremony will conclude with the Presentation of Diplomas, with Mike Brown, Bradford Lusk, Assistant Principal Eric Diroff, Dean of Students Nicholas Zajas, and Athletic Director Brian Osborn taking part.

The high school band, under the direction of William Vliek, will play the Senior Processional “Pomp and Circumstance” as the seniors enter the gym and the Recessional “Triumphal March” as they exit.

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