Douglas County High grads 'take care of each other'

Posted 5/22/18

Douglas County High School held its 2018 senior graduation ceremony May 22 at the high school's packed outdoor stadium in Castle Rock. Principal Tony Kappas and several other speakers referred to the …

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Douglas County High grads 'take care of each other'

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Douglas County High School held its 2018 senior graduation ceremony May 22 at the high school's packed outdoor stadium in Castle Rock.

Principal Tony Kappas and several other speakers referred to the class as exceptionally caring people, saying one of the most important lessons they'd been taught at Douglas County High School was to show compassion.

“They take care of each other,” Kappas said. “And they have each other's backs.”

Senior Class Student Council Co-President Jessica Linnemeyer said the class' time in high school had been unforgettable, calling her peers a group of accepting and motivated people.

Senior Ashely Bredehoft, who gave an address titled “Remember,” took time to thank the parents, teachers and friends who supported seniors on their journey to graduation.

“This is not only our moment,” she said, “but also yours.”

Kappas told seniors they “all have been given great tools to be successful. I hope you use them well.”

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