San Pedro Preschoolers Graduate
Friday, July 8th, 2016
San Pedro Preschool closed off the 2016 graduation season on Sunday, July 3rd at the Angel Nuñez Auditorium. The ceremony took place at 4PM, when 43 toddlers dressed in their caps and gowns marched down the aisle to the tune of Pomp and Circumstance.
After the National Anthem, a welcome address was given by Amy Borland, Alyssa Popper, and Jeffrey Martinez. The class of 2016 presented their song, “I’m a little graduate,” while Rachael Romero, Emir Herrera, and Jemiah Rodriguez read a poem titled “Get Ready, Get Set.”
Teacher Rosela Guerrero, and Teacher Andrea Nuñez distributed preschool diplomas to the graduates. The entire class then sang “I’m a Shining Star”. After, Destiny Rodriguez, Wilson Vasquez, Tyler Smith, and Jeffrey Martinez presented an ABC poem. A rose ceremony to honor the parents took place following after. The graduates weren’t shy to show off what they learned this school year, and all 43 cuties recited all 26 letters of the alphabet to the audience. The students performed their last song, “Clap your Hands”, and the Vote of Thanks was delivered by Anne Almora, Koby Bradley, and William Reyes to close off the ceremony.
San Pedro Preschool Class of 2016: Adriane Garcia, Alyssa Popper, Amy Borland, Annalisha Lino, Anne Almora, Ashley Paz, Breannie Umana, Chloe Lambey, Destiny Rodriguez, Elainy Murray, Genesis Najaro, Itsly Perez, Jaylene Cucu, Jemiah Rodriguez, Josi Alamilla, Kaitlyn Cal, Kendra Pech, Kimberly Balam, Konelly Arthurs, Kristy Diaz, Rachael Romero, Shilany Trejo, Allen Herrera, Devin Cartagena, Jayden Cowo, Elgav Badillo, Emir Herrera, Enerson Tzul, Evan Trujillo, Glenn Gentle Jr., Jayden Labastida, Jayden Tzib, Jeffrey Martinez, Johan Perez, Justin Gomez, Kenton Young Jr., Koby Bradley, Kyron Sansores, Logan Kuylen, Maurice Livingston, Tyler Smith, William Reyes, and Wilson Vasquez Jr.
Congratulations to all of the graduates!
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