’19 graduates urged to flex their muscles

(Kari Giordano)
2019 Mount Everett Regional High School graduate Nick Vandebogart hugs his mother Brenda Vandebogart, an employee at Undermountain Elementary School.

By Emily Thurlow and Hannah Shirley

LENOX — In robes of maroon, black, and blue, more than 220 students from Monument Mountain, Lee and Mount Everett high schools walked across the stage at Tanglewood to collect their diplomas over the past weekend.

From stop signs and a hollow metal sign to home plate, seniors and staff alike offered up imagery as symbols for life advice on making the transition to the next steps outside of the halls of high school.

Each of the three area high school held ceremonies at Tanglewood; Mount Everett on Saturday morning, Lee Saturday afternoon; and Monument Mountain on Sunday.

Mount Everett
At the Mount Everett Regional High School graduation, valedictorian and standout softball star Gwendolyn Carpenter encouraged her fellow graduates not to forget their own home plate.

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