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Hey 2020 IRISH Grads...check out the billboard on Niagara St celebrating you, the ND Class of 2020. Take a pic in front of it in your Grad Gown and tag @notredameadmin and @ndirishcouncil #IRISHproud but, be safe and maintain social distance please!
by Kris Dubé The Welland Tribune - June 2, 2020
Graduate Mateus Vieira-McGuire, front, along with staff members Amanda Lamb, Lukas Cvancara is one of the 240 Notre Dame College School graduates who had a congratulatory sign placed on Notre Dame College School graduate Gillian Jansen and her parents David and Monique Jansen.
Kathryn Atherton and Cesare Oliverio.
their yards Monday by staff from the Welland high school.
Graduate Mateus Vieira-McGuire, front, along with staff members Amanda Lamb,
Lukas Cvancara is one of the 240 Notre Dame College School graduates who had a congratulatory sign placed on
Notre Dame College School graduate Gillian Jansen and her parents David and Monique Jansen.
Graduating high school is an accomplishment that should not go unrecognized.
That's why 50 Notre Dame College School staff broke into small groups Monday to deliver 240 signs to the homes of students who would have been accepting their diplomas at Meridian Community Centre in Fonthill on June 24 if the COVID-19 pandemic hadn't turned their world upside down.
The signs congratulate the class of 2020 and read: A Proud Irish Grad Lives Here.
A similar billboard on Niagara Street will also recognize graduates in the coming days, said principal Ken Griepsma.
Students would also be attending a breakfast, mass and prom around the same time as the planned ceremony that was nixed several weeks ago.
"A lot of the milestones they would have experienced toward the end of their Grade 12 year couldn't happen because of the situation," said Griepsma on Tuesday.
The Welland high school couldn't sit still and not do something to acknowledge their achievements, the principal said.
"These kids haven't really been recognized because we can't get in person," said Griepsma, adding that prom and a formal graduation ceremony are being planned for October.
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