Graduation set for Friday at both Hayden and Ray

Aaron Lagunas, left, is this year’s Salutatorian at Hayden High School. Francisco Bojorquez Bojorquez is the Valedictorian. James Carnes | CBN

Grant Armendariz is the 2014 Valedictorian at Ray High School. Elias Cude is the Salutatorian.

Both Copper Basin area high schools will be holding Commencement ceremonies this Friday, May 23.

Hayden High School seniors will enter Lalo Serrano Memorial Field to the strains of “Pomp and Circumstance.”

The National Anthem will be by Francisco Bojorquez Bojorguez followed by the Class Prayer offered by Ylianna Manriquez and Julisa Westrope

The Address of Welcome will be by Karina Serrano and the Class History will be by Devin Estrada and Manuel Armenta.

Class Quotes will be recited by Jacob Lopez and Steven Butler Jr. followed by the Class Poem presented by Kyana Garcia and Vanesa Corona. Aaron Lagunas, Adrien Corona and Robert Sandoval with then present the Class Song

A special thank you will be said by Ariana Grijalve and Stephanie Encinas followed by the Salutatory Address by Aaron Lagunas and Valedictory Address by Francisco Bojorguez Bojorguez.

Scholarship presentations are next on the program followed by the presentation of the Class of 2014 and the presentation of diplomas.

Ray High School graduates will enter Dave McFee Memorial Field to “Pomp and Circumstance” played by the Bearcat Band under the direction of Mark Weber

The National Anthem will be sung by Mikayla Seller, Gabrielle Juvera and Jeron Coleman and the Pledge of Allegiance will be led by Ashley Meza. The Invocation will be given by Lucy Sainz and the Welcome and Introductions will be made by Principal Curt Cook.

The Student Council President’s Address by Mikayla Seller is next on the program followed by the Valedictorian’s address by Grant Armendariz and the Salutatorian’s address by Eli Cude.

Presentation of the Class of 2014 will follow and diplomas will be presented by members of the School Board.

The Tassel Exchange will be led by Ashley Meza followed by the Benediction by Cheyenne Dickey.

The “Bearcat Fight Song” will end the program.

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