Family and friends filled the Blair High School gymnasium Sunday, May 19 to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of the Blair High School Class of 2019.
Blair Community Schools Superintendant Randall Gilson commended the class members for their many accomplishments in academics, athletics fine arts and extra -curricular activities. He then told the graduates that they are entering a world of unprecedented challenges, but the class of 2019 has the ability to deliver the hard to find solutions.
“Class of 2019, we’re counting on your enthusiasm to pursue your passion and change the world”
Karla Gregory checks to make sure the seniors are lined up in the correct order before commencement exercises begin.
Tamrey Putnam, Maddie Probst and Brianna Satterfield look at the senior pictures in Enterprise Graduation edition.
Emma Schrick pins her cap in front of a mirror in preparation for commencement.
Lily Kue and seniors march in the commencement procession.
Madison Nannen marches in the commencement procession.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Randall Gilson delivers his first Blair High School commencement address.
Graduates wait in line during the scholarship presentation.
Seniors stand during the commencement procession.
Kennedy Bolton walks across the platform after receiving her scholarship certificates.
Quinton Roeder delivers the Challenge Address.
Seniors clap for School Board President Kari Loseke.
Anne Goodwin stands in line as her scholarships are read.
Josh Rodriguez listens as his scholarships are read.
Kaylee Kreisels Scholarship recognition
Ambrosia Alston is first in liner to receive her diploma.
Hannah Bacon waits as Blair School Board president Kari Loseke presents Alec Aman with his diploma
Exchange Students Mana Imai receives her diploma
Jaycie Meggison receives her diploma from School board President Keri Loseke.
Olivia Olson receives diploma
Susie Koch receives her diploma from School board President Keri Loseke.
Senior Choir members perform together on last time.