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Graduates set new standard

Emma Tomaszewski (click for larger version)
June 11, 2014 - To sum up Class of 2014 is best to listen to the words from Kurt Richardson, Clarkston High School Physical Education teacher and Head Coach for Clarkston Wolves Varsity Football.

"This truly is a class of champions," said Richardson to the graduating class during commencement on June 2. "They set a new standard."

He asked the grads to do three things - remember their roots; dare to dream and follow those dreams; and follow their passion and find their niche.

Congrats Class of 2014. We miss you already!

Emily Marie Hyde wrote a poem to commemorate her senior year at Clarkston High --

High School:

I never thought I'd

feel this way about you,

With all the pain

and stress you caused.

I feared you and cringed

in your presence.

All the time I was

with you I wanted

to run away.

Day after day,

I just waited for

the weekend so

I would be free of you.

Now that you want me gone,

Now that I'm leaving I don't

want to.

I remember the good times I've

spent with you,

All the victories you led

me to,

All the friends you

introduced me to.

I don't want to graduate

from you not yet.

Emily Marie Hyde

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