Graduation is a celebration, but it’s also the end of a journey.
For many high school seniors in the Inland Northwest, it’s been quite a trip to the graduation stage. The Spokesman-Review would like to share their stories with you.
Inside this special section, you’ll read about young people who have turned tragedy into triumph, and not just for themselves.
At Central Valley High School, Marissa Kenney overcame shyness to tell an entire school about mental health. At Rogers, refugee Nilam Karki is making the path easier for those who will follow.
Savvy and smart, they’re ready for the next journey. Please join us in wishing them the best in their future.
These stories, as well as each school’s commencement information, and lists of valedictorians and graduates also can be found at spokesman.com/2019-grads.
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