Julian Curtiss School celebrates graduation

The Julian Curtiss Graduating Class of 2013-2014 posed together.

The Julian Curtiss Graduating Class of 2013-2014 posed together.

The Julian Curtiss School of World Languages community gathered June 16 for its annual Ringing Out Ceremony celebrating the graduation of its fifth grade students.

Principal Trish McGuire opened the ceremony with a warm welcome to students, faculty and parents. After her introductory speech, fifth graders and student council co-presidents Bryanne Pinheiro and Ralph Bologna shared remarks with the audience.

The program continued with a performance of The May Day Carol by the Choraleers, the school’s honor choir comprised of fourth and fifth graders. Ms. McGuire then presented awards to current and graduating students for a variety of achivements, including perfect attendance, and commitment to art, music and world languages. She also presented the Julian Curtiss PTA Book Award to graduating Greenwich High School seniors Jonna Mosoff and Travis Anderson for earning the highest GPA among Julian Curtiss alumni.

As the Ringing Out Ceremony closed, faculty, staff, students and parents applauded the outgoing fifth graders as they each shook the principal’s hand and rang the school bell, signalling the end of their time at the school.

The Julian Curtiss School of World Languages, with students representing 60 countries and speaking 30 languages, is proud of the diverse and talented group of individuals in its graduating class this year.

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