Souhegan graduates, faculty celebrate
During the faculty address, English teacher Frank Gallo reminded students that in today's world teachers play video games just like students, while also joking that students should beware of government surveillance of their Facebook pages.
With well over 1,000 attendees, the gymnasium at the school was packed and heating up quickly. So many attended that a separate screening room had to be assembled where members of the overflowing audience could watch the graduation live on a big projection screen.
Salutatorian Jennifer Cui joked about how she left her speech until the last moment, something Ingram said he had a habit of doing himself.
For many of the parents, it was a bittersweet moment, on one hand feeling a sense of pride, and on the other dread at their child moving on with their life.
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