DULUTH, GA — Patch wants to provide a way to share the achievements of our high school graduates, even if it’s in a small way. With in-person instruction canceled through the rest of the 2019-20 school year due to the coronavirus in Georgia public schools, seniors are missing out on the last moments of what should be a celebratory time.
We know many high school seniors are missing milestone high school events, and we hope that this will give the community a way to share their pride in our class of 2020 high school graduates.
If you’d like to add your graduate, fill out the form here.
DULUTH HIGH SCHOOL
From the family: “Congratulations!! We are so proud of you!!”
Ian Joins, enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps
From the family: “You have arrived at a major milestone, bringing with you so much strength as a survivor and warrior! We hope you’ll begin documenting your story, to share sometime later with the special people in your life. We are full of pride and love for you, Ian! Love, Mom and Dad and Rachel”
Jayden Witucki, attending Georgia Tech with a major in computer science
From the family: “Jayden we are all so very proud of you. We Love you the biggest!”
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Emily Telle, attending Kennesaw State University, majoring in middle grades education
From the family: “Congratulations, Emily! We’re so proud of you! Hard to believe, in a blink of an eye — our beautiful daughter is all grown up, embracing the next chapter of her life and fulfilling her dreams! We love you, baby girl! Love, Mom and Dad”
Taylor Ammons, plans to work and consider college plans this year
From the family: “We love you Taylor! Ya-ya, Scott, Josh and Gracie”
Kayla Silvers, attending Georgia Northwestern Technical College and entering the nursing program
From the family: “We are beyond amazed at your commitment and achievements. You’ve overcome so much and somehow still managed to graduate a year early. You are a true warrior destined for greatness. Keep looking up! Love, Mama, Daddy, and Clay”
Did we miss your grad? Fill out the form here. Patch will be updating this post until May 31.
See also: Join Georgia Patch In Honoring The High School Class Of 2020.
This article originally appeared on the Duluth Patch