“It takes a lot of pushing and pulling to get through high school,” Superintendent Jerry Glenn told the students, praising the school’s staff for helping the class reach graduation day. “I’ve been in every class in the district and I can tell you that some of the best teachers we have are at La Paloma.
According to class speaker Brandon Fratto, the struggles he and his classmates went through have positioned them for success in the future. “There is no such thing a success without mistakes,” he said. “I guess that means we’re ahead of the game.”
The class is the last to attend the school’s Lone Tree Way campus. A brand new La Paloma on Guthrie Lane will be ready in time for the beginning of the new school year.