By Patric Hedlund and Marcy Axness, TME
This is certain: No coronavirus will keep Frazier Mountain High School from celebrating its Class of 2020 graduates.
There is a strong hint that June 4 may be graduation day for these seniors and their families. To drive home awareness of how proud the community is of these graduates, a circle of FMHS gnomes (who strongly resemble the principal and several teachers) are hatching ways to surprise the students and to salute their accomplishments.
The fun has already begun.
On Friday, May 8, families of 65 seniors woke to discover…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
FMHS graduating senior Yamilett Alvarez awoke to discover this sign of celebration had magically appeared in her family’s yard.
Senior Ryann Bodman was all smiles to discover the surprise in her family’s Piñon Pines yard.
Angelica Najar and Otto Jensen show off his ‘Congratulations’ sign.
Senior Steven Martinez with Frank and Maria Segura discovered the sign at their Lebec home.
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This is part of the May 15, 2020 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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