Heritage grads strut their stuff on stage

Posted 5/23/18

A cooperative cloud shaded the Heritage High School class of 2018 as they strutted, shimmied and danced across the stage for their diplomas at Littleton Public Schools stadium on May 23. “How many …

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Heritage grads strut their stuff on stage

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A cooperative cloud shaded the Heritage High School class of 2018 as they strutted, shimmied and danced across the stage for their diplomas at Littleton Public Schools stadium on May 23.

“How many nearly-empty nesters do we have in the audience?” asked Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert, to cheers from the crowd in the stands. “Seal off your basements! Don't let them back in!”

Standing on the threshold of a new life was bittersweet for Hattie Poole, who gave a commencement address alongside classmate Ajay Davis.

“I've worked toward this day for so long, but now I just want time to stand still,” Poole said. “Just one more meeting at the locker. But we don't have any more moments.”

The class of 2018 would be missed, said Heritage Principal Stacey Riendeau.

“You have brought not flash, but substance,” Riendeau said.

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