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Cleaning up for graduation

Hanna Elementary 6th grade students pick up trash to mark end of school year

 

Mike Armstrong

From left, Lance Pelt, Hunter Widdison and Carson Weatherford have a little fun while doing community service.

Graduation from 6th grade to middle school is often marked with a ceremony or small party of some sort by students, teacher and school.

In small schools, the transition means that a students is not a little kid any more. When agriculture was dominant in the economy and workforce, a 6th grade education typically the limit.

Times have dramatically changed since then but there is still an idea that going into 7th grade means a child is leaving behind recess and to some degree innocence. Middle and High School is a very different world.

To celebrate this next step in life, the Hanna Elementary...



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