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Saturday June 02, 2018 (1 month, 2 weeks ago)


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HYANNIS — Freshmen year the seniors graduating from Sturgis Charter Public School’s west campus each signed a log book and rang a ship’s bell to signal the beginning of their high school journey.During Saturday’s morning commencement ceremony at Aselton Park, only the last senior to pick up a diploma — Olivia Williams — clanged the bell, signalling the closing of the class of 2018’s secondary-school career.And that [...]

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