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A very happy large group of family and friends attended the annual Adult Education Graduation on June 14th in the hall of the Federated United Community Church in Alturas. The graduates received their High School Diplomas from Opportunity Academy, Lassen County Office of Education. Sarah Merrick, Director of TEACH Adult Ed and Ann Weaver, Director of Opportunity Academy, LCOE passed out the diplomas. This was the largest group of graduates in the Adult  Ed’s Program’s history. Bruce McJimsey was also congratulated for completing all lessons and projects in the Microsoft Word Basic and Advanced online program.

Cheers and shouts filled the room at the end of the presentation. Graduates, family and friends took pictures, visited and enjoyed refreshments. 

(from left to right)  Diego Tinoco, Anae Dillon, Travis Nussbaum, Bruce McJimsey, Sarah Merrick, Jazmine Barajas, Bryant Anastasio, Maria Chavez, (front row) Sulemo Gonzalez and Lily Morgan. Two students who were not present were Caleb Jones and MirandMichei Morales

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