Charlotte Central School graduates 38 students

Photo by madeline Hughes
Co-principals Stephanie Sumner and Jen Roth welcomed students and their families to the 2018 graduation.

The 38 eighth-graders at Charlotte Central School were giddy with excitement as they filed into the gym last Thursday night for their graduation.

The room was full with friends and family gathered in the gym bleachers awaiting the ceremony.

The theme of the evening was the changing of seasons.
It was the graduates’ time to change as well.

Co-principals Jen Roth and Stephanie Sumner spoke about how the class had changed over the years, soliciting memories from their teachers.

Finnegan Mittelstadt, Student Leadership Council president, shared her words of wisdom for the class. She reminded fellow classmates they would always have their Charlotte friends at Champlain Valley Union High School – the next stop for most when ninth grade begins in the fall.

The teachers opted for a musical farewell to the students, singing Green Day’s “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life).”

Multiple slideshows marked the students’ transitions.

Roth and Sumner handed out diplomas, then each graduate proceeded to hug, high-five or shake hands with each of their teachers before heading off to a dance.

Click here for the Charlotte Central School awards.

Charlotte Central School 2018 graduates
Zackery Aubin
Andrew Bastress
Holden Daniel Batchelder
Heidi Evangeline Beal
Aidan J. Blasius
Keagan Bothwell
Isabel Charlson
Moises Cowart
Aidan Devine
Ty Dousevicz
Evelyn Rose Emmons
Benjamin J. Fox
Isabella Hackerman
Phebe Hardy
Maddie Haydock
Samuel Grady Holmes
Nellie Louise Mae
Henry Kramer
Emmett M. LaChapelle
Alyssana Cartelli Lasek
Alexander D. Lewis
Eliza Merrill
Luka Mester
Molly Milne-Gerlaugh
Finnegan N. Mittelstadt
Innogen Naylor
Hailey Quinn Palmer
Sophie Kathleen Pidgeon
Chloe Elizabeth Silverman
Caitlyn Alicia Smith
Kennady Sweeney
Konstantin Thurber
Jasmin Yili Townsend-Ng
Connor Burke Turnbaugh
Veronica Valliere
Taylor Nicole Vincent
Fritz Juergen Wetzell
Malcolm Gregory Ziter

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