News Feature

Brooklin
Originally published in The Weekly Packet, June 21, 2018
Compassionate, hardworking’ Brooklin students promoted

Josh Chambers

Josh Chambers gives thanks to his family.

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Brooklin School promoted three eighth graders onward to a high school career June 15. Josh Chambers, Mason Cole and Bryce Schneider all received diplomas but first praise, from teachers, former principal and guest speaker Halina Nawrot, Principal Jil Blake, and family members who described them as compassionate and hardworking, and now officially part of Brooklin’s history.
The students’ class gift to the school was having school athletic team The Vikings logo painted on the gym floor.

On stage

The graduates, from left, Josh Chambers, Bryce Schneider and Mason Cole are the center of the Brooklin commencement.

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Josh Chambers

Josh Chambers gives thanks to his family.

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Bryce Schneider

Bryce Schneider receives a handshake from Principal Jil Blake and his diploma from Superintendent Chris Elkington.

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Mason Cole

Mason Cole delivers flowers to family members.

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