PSS to graduate about 700 students this year

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Posted on Jun 10 2019

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The Public School System expects to have 701 graduates this year, with the Dr. Rita Hocog Jr/Sr High School kicking off the season last May 24, 2019, and Tinian Jr./Sr. High School starting this week’s graduations.

PSS associate commissioner Lynnette Villagomez said the 701 count is based off this year’s enrollment.

Today, the Tinian Jr./Sr. High School would have their commencement exercises at the school campus cafeteria at 10am for the middle school promotions and at the Antonio M. Borja Amphitheatre at 4pm for the high school seniors.

“We are just so proud of them for being very strong [despite] all the adversities we faced this year,” said acting education commissioner Jackie Quitugua last week. “…They [are] resilient students and we honor them for that.”

Marianas High School starts off Saipan’s graduation season in their school campus on June 11, at 4pm. Kagman High School follows on June 12, at the American Memorial Park at 4pm.

Dao’ok Academy and Saipan Southern High School will both graduate their seniors on June 13, at 11am at the Charley’s Cabaret at the Pacific Islands Club and 4pm at the school campus stage, respectively.

Middle school promotions also start on June 11, with Francisco M. Sablan Middle School up first at the Pacific Islands Club Pavilion at 8:30am. Dandan Middle School follows at 11am on the same day, but at their school campus stage.

Kagman’s Chacha Ocean View Middle School will hold its promotion ceremonies at 8:30am on June 12 in the school cafeteria, while Tanapag Middle School would hold its promotion ceremonies later at 10:30am in the school stage.

The Admiral Herbert G. Hopwood Middle School would be holding its promotion ceremonies on June 14, starting at 4pm at the Saipan Southern High School stage.

Erwin Encinares | Reporter
Erwin Charles Tan Encinares holds a bachelor’s degree from the Chiang Kai Shek College and has covered a wide spectrum of assignments for the Saipan Tribune. Encinares is the paper’s political reporter.

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