Goshen celebrates its summer graduates


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  • Principal Kurtis Kotes addresses the graduates.




  • Graduates Jack F. Calzaretta, Kathleen Elizabeth Murphy and Sean Casey Ryan.




  • Graduate Kathleen Murphy with Superintendent Daniel Connor, Board President Judith Green and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Graduate Jack Calzaretta with Superintendent Daniel Connor, Board President Judith Green and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Graduate Sean Ryan with Superintendent Daniel Connor, Board President Judith Green and Principal Kurtis Kotes.




  • Superintendent Daniel Connor praises the graduates for their perseverance.



— On Aug. 20, the Goshen High School honored the accomplishments of Jack F. Calzaretta, Kathleen Elizabeth Murphy and Sean Casey Ryan during its summer graduation ceremony. The graduates received their diplomas surrounded by family and loved ones.

"Carry your memories with you. Carry everything you learned with you. Your education will continue to be invaluable to you," said Goshen High School Principal Kurtis Kotes. "Use your education to make good choices and decisions."

The superintendent of schools also offered his congratulations. “Today is a result of your perseverance,” said Superintendent Daniel Connor. "Congratulations on your accomplishment."

The students were awarded their diplomas from Assistant Principal Patricia Lercara, Principal Kurtis Kotes, Superintendent Daniel Connor and Board President Judith Green.



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