Beside writing exams and preparing for a major musical production the graduating class of 2016 also have many traditions and rites of passage to perform in the last days of being student at RJC.
|Running the halls on the last day of class.|
|Planting the class tree|
|Carving their names in to old school walls. Danielle carves her name by her 3 siblings.|
|Katie carves her name by her grandfather and father's names.|
|Zac fills a spot by his mother and brother.
He leaves another brick for his sister to
sign on in two years.
Despite grey skies and a threat of rain, the smiles on the faces of the Grade 12 class could not be dampened on Graduation Day!
Graduation morning began with the Baccalaureate Service held at Rosthern Mennonite Church.
Three students shared their faith journeys as part of the service.
|Nicolas - Faith Story|
|Reanne - Faith Story|
|Danielle - Faith Story|
|Graduation Class of 2016 shared their class hymn|
|Meditation was lead by Carolene Funk parent of Dannica.|
The Graduation Ceremony took place at RJC in the afternoon.
|Claire greets her parents|
|Alexa is met by her parents|
|Isaac delivered the Valedictorian speech.|
|Special music performed by last years graduates:
Dayna, Gabby, Brandon and Janelle
|Dusty receives his diploma|
|Class Hymn - 'Until We Meet Again'|
The celebration moved to the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon where we enjoyed a delicious banquet and program. The grade 11 and 10 joined the group for a picture taking session in the museum. The rest of the evening included a powerpoint presentation, a coffee house and lively dance sets. At the end of the evening the students were all bussed from the WDM to the fireside that was hosted by the Boldt family in Osler.
|Class of 2016|