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Graduation 2012: Senior Class List and Ceremony Schedule

Seniors will graduate from Manchester Township High School on Tuesday

Manchester high school seniors will say goodbye on Tuesday when they graduate during a 6:30 p.m. ceremony.

Nearly 300 students will graduate from in 2012. A complete list of graduates is available as a PDF document in the media box in this article. 

Graduating students practiced on the school's football field Monday morning, said Principal Alexander George.

Administrators are keeping a close watch on Tuesday's weather, as showers could force the proceedings into the school gymnasium. The National Weather Service predicts a 60 percent chance of precipitation Tuesday, with showers likely after 3 p.m.

The scheduled events for the 2012 ceremony follows:

Processional, "Pomp and Circumstance" Manchester Township High School Band Presentation of Colors N.J. ROTC Cadets Salute to the Flag Nicole Leppert and Nick Galletta — Student Government Association Executive Board  National Anthem Manchester Township High School Choir Welcome Message Jessica Pedroza, Senior Class President Salutatorian Address Emily Spiel Valedictorian Address Lauren Beck Presentation of Class Advisor's Gift Jessica Pedroza, Briana Swift, Dylan Citron, Danielle Childers, Les Ward, Olivia Kennedy Address to Graduates Danielle Palmieri and Sarah Steudler — Class of 2012 Senior Advisors Presentation of Class Gift, Accepted by Superintendent David Trethaway Senior Class Officers Board of Education Address
"May the Road Rise to Meet You," by Ruth Watson Henderson Manchester Township High School Choir Presentation of Class to Board of Education President Principal Alexander George Awarding of Diplomas Changing of Tassels Ryan Kenny, Shannon Jirkovsky — Student Government Association Executive Board Closing Remarks Dan McLaughlin, Student Government Association Executive Board President Recessional  Manchester Township High School Band

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