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100 percent graduation rate for Siren seniors

by | Jun 11, 2018 | Stand Up for Public Education Blog | 0 comments

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Burnett County Sentinel: This year, 100 percent of Siren Seniors walked across the stage and graduated, a feat that many were proud of.

“It took a lot of hard work,” Associate Principal Wayne Koball said. “A lot of people took a lot of time to help these kids walk across the stage. The students are the beneficiary and were very proud of that.”

Native American Coordinator Tera Voss said the tribal student graduation rate was also 100 percent with five students graduating and Special Education Director Denise Johnston said that nine special education students graduated this year.

Read the complete article on Siren graduation.

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