Monday, June 17, 2024

More Island Graduations


Commencement ceremonies for preschools and primary schools on the island continued on Wednesday, June 25th and Thursday, June 26th at the Lions Den.
27 Holy Cross Preschool GraduationHolding commencement exercises on Wednesday was Holy Cross Preschool. The 15 cuties received their diplomas in the presence of family and friends, and are now ready to advance to primary school. The Holy Cross Preschool class of 2014 consisted of Andrew Amador, Raymond Bradley, Nigel Itza, Kyle Lyons Jr., Johnny Orellana, Kyle Thomas, Jarius Villalobos, Rhyann Bradley, Kiara Fuentes, Atalia Howe, Kelly Leslie, Alsha Lewis, Daimy Mejia, Michelle Nunez and Vinette Sabal.
27 ACES Preschool GraduationOn Thursday, Ambergris Caye Elementary Preschool (ACPS) held their first ever graduation ceremony. Giving the opening prayer was Zoilanie Eiley, while Edward Flores gave the welcome address. Addressing the graduates was Ashley Badillo, while Eric Henkis gave the Vote of Thanks and Adrian Pop closed the ceremony with a final prayer. The ACPS class of 2014 consisted of Ashley Badillo, Leithen Meza, Edith Burke, Eric Henkis, Zoilanie Eiley, Justin Galvez, Adrian Pop and Edward Flores.
27 ACES GraduationAlso celebrating graduation ceremonies on the same date was Ambergris Caye Elementary School (ACES). The school celebrated their fourth year of commencement exercises. Giving the Valedictory Address was Nathan Lisbey, while the guest speaker was Deputy Mayor Gabriel Nuñez. ACES class of 2014 included Jaye Wagner, Jessica Perez, Gorge Olivarez, Brithney Gillett, Nathan Lisbey, Pedro Vasquez, Christian Trejo and Davin Puc.
Congratulations to all graduates!

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