Forty-one eighth graders at Woodside Elementary School took part in the school's graduation and received diplomas in the school's amphitheater on June 14.
Commencement exercises began with the Woodside School Band, directed by Beth Dameron, playing the processional, and eighth-grade Student Council presidents Ria Calcagno and Dea Dressel leading the salute to the flag and the national anthem.
Woodside School Superintendent/Principal Beth Polito welcomed parents, guests and students before the eighth-grade students performed songs and gave addresses.
The class of 2013 chose and sang as its class song, "Gone, Gone, Gone," with music and lyrics by Phillip Phillips. Woodside School board trustee and parent Bettina Pike gave the commencement address. Steve Frank, assistant principal, presented the class of 2013 to the Woodside School board of trustees.
A-D Sydney Munro Ashworth, Kaitlin Ann Baldwin, James Timothy Bamford, Jack Coltman Belton, Sophia Rosalinda Brown, Andrew Mason Bruch, Anna Maria Ayars Calcagno, Jacob Elliot Schaeffer Campbell, Anika Ber Clark, Jasmine Rose Congress, Andre M. Crooks, Amelie Isabelle Diaz, Dea Elizabeth Dressel
E-K Annalise Rosalia Eder, Reeff Wiegand Edwards, Jad Elam, Brittany Ann Flores, Jessica Lee Flores, Olivia Holland Hooper, Chase Tyler Hovden, Matthew Robert Isackson, Lindsey Eleanor Johnson, Neal Linwood Kelly
L-P Emma May Lara, Caroline Kaori Laubscher, Shay Partch Lebovitz, Alex Madden Lehr, Sophia Louise McDevitt, Joseph Bernardo Montero III, Hudson Gregg Waterfield Nash, Michael Jeffrey Ngo, Daniel Frank Ohara, George Farrar Pike, Kadianne Busby Pollioni
Q-S Etienne Yves Rappaport, Amelia Danielle Shoch, Anna Lorraine Shoch
T-Z Griffin Schillinger Tarpenning, Luis Fernando Valle, Michael Byrnes Wampler, Swain Nicholas Yakupitiyage
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