Beyond the pomp and circumstance,
High seniors got an impromptu concert at graduation Saturday morning — from
Dr. Charles Wagner recalled a guitar he received as an
11-year-old to illustrate a message of giving to others, then gave his graduates
a surprise gift: strumming that same guitar while singing Green Day's "Good
Riddance" (aka "The Time of Your Life").
With that Wagner bid goodbye to WJCC Schools (he'll be an assistant
superintendent in Gloucester) and to one of the most academically competitive
classes in school history.
Forty students entered the spring semester with a GPA of 4.0 or higher, and the
class valedictorian wasn't settled until the day before
Senior speaker Maggie Underwood told her classmates,
"Achievement is part of our nature. The talent and passion sitting in front of
me is monumental. Don't just be a big fish, but a full-on sea
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