Cardinal School District Celebrates Graduation!

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District Claps Out the Class of 2017

A new tradition for the Cardinal Local School District to end the year for our graduating class. Seniors took a trip down memory lane May 18th, with one last walk through the halls of Cardinal Schools. The Class of 2017 began their trek at Jordak Elementary, walking the building twice, as K-4 students and staff clapped out the graduating class. After Jordak, seniors then traveled to both CMS and CHS where they received the same ovation. It was an exciting moment for everyone – for the seniors it was a chance to go back, and for the younger students it was a glimpse into the future. Congratulations Class of 2017 – thanks for the memories!

Pictured In Cover Photo: Jordak Elementary School students clap out the Class of 2017. The graduating seniors visited all three district buildings for a final walk through before becoming official graduates.

8th Grade Clap Out – An exciting and emotional day for 8th graders as they were clapped out of CMS for the last time on May 26th. Here, Gavin B. gives high fives as he walks out for the summer.

4th Grade Graduation

Cheers and tears for our 4th grade class as they officially graduate from elementary school and move on to the middle school next year. Students were recognized for their academic achievements in the fourth quarter and all received diplomas and carnations at the May 26th ceremony. The Class of 2025 is the last to graduate from Cardinal Intermediate School. Congratulations pups, good luck, and have a great summer!

Superintendent Dr. Scott Hunt congratulates 4th grade graduate Briana L. during a special ceremony May 26th.

 

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