Kindergartners take next step toward first

They still have a lot of years left to go before they get their diplomas on the big stage, but the adorability factor was at its highest as 48 Brunswick kindergartners took front stage in little ties and blazers at their graduation ceremony on the Maple Avenue campus.

With rousing rounds of I’ve Been Working on the Railroad and First Grade, Here We Come! , which is sung to the tune of Take Me Out to the Ballgame the K-Grads recited, the poem Little Boys’ Pockets without missing a beat:

During the moving up ceremony, Brunswick Pre School teachers read commendations for each of their students. Tributes included “great sense of fair play and sportsmanship on the playground,” “curiosity and enthusiasm each and every day,” “willingness to always help others,” “a true friend to all,” “kind and caring,” “zest for knowledge,” “infectious positive attitude,” “never-ending curiosity about the natural world,” and “pride and dedication that [he] puts into his kindergarten work each and every day.”

Brunswick’s future Class of 2024 seems to be well on its way to living up to the School motto, “Courage, Honor, Truth.”

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