Proctor grads pick up caps & gowns

Updated: May 21, 2020 05:16 PM

For graduating seniors, it's a sad time as they miss out on the big events, graduation being the one they've worked the hardest to get to.

To celebrate all their successes, staff and teachers at Proctor High School cheered & clapped for their students as they picked up their caps and gowns Thursday morning.

One teacher even belted the school song on his trumpet for a little school spirit.

"We get to walk across the stage with four family members," says senior Sam Pogatchnik. "And I'm just really excited for that, to hear my name called and really feel like I'm graduating. So that's awesome."

Graduates will walk individually across the stage between May 27-29. The video will then be compiled together and played on RailsTV on Wednesday June 3 at 6:00 p.m.

Congrats to all the graduates!

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