Glenwood City’s Class of 2021 commencement program was held last Saturday morning, May 22. The class of 44 graduates included 16 honor students. More photos of Glenwood City’s graduation will be available soon on our photography site.
TASSELS TURNED — Glenwood City’s Class of 2021 co-valedictorian Yasmin Leandro-Mendez led her fellow graduates in turning their tassels to the left side of their motarboard, signifying that they have officially graduated. After a one-year hiatus due to COVID-19, Glenwood City returned to its in-person commencement program last Saturday morning, May 22. —photo by Shawn DeWitt
A SMILE, A HANDSHAKE, AND A DIPLOMA — 2021 Glenwood City graduate Jordana Shervington (left) smiled as she shook hands with school board member and treasurer Chuck Draxler and accepted her diploma Saturday morning. —photo by Shawn DeWitt
HAPPY GRADUATES — With their diplomas in hands, Glenwood City High School’s Class of 2021graduates William Eggert (left) and Izabella Rassbach smiled as they exited the exited the gymnasium following the conclusion of last Saturday morning’s commencement ceremony. —photo by Shawn DeWitt
CLASS OF 2021 co-valedictorians Delanie Fayerweather (left) and Yasmin Leandro-Mendez delivered their valedictory address together during the Glenwood City High School Commencement program that was held in-person Saturday morning, May 22 in the high school gymnasium. The pair led a class of 44 graduates that included 16 honor students. —photo by Shawn DeWitt