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Lonoke pre-kindergarten students receive diplomas

Lonoke pre-kindgergarten students sing during their graduation program May 23 at Lonoke Primary School. (Photo by Mark Buffalo)
Lonoke pre-kindgergarten students sing during their graduation program May 23 at Lonoke Primary School. (Photo by Mark Buffalo)

Lonoke Primary School held its pre-kindergarten graduation May 23 in the cafeteria.

It was the last event for retiring principal Ross Moore, who called the names of all 52 graduates from three classes.

The students sang “I’m a Monster” with the students being part of a color group — purple, black, red, blue, green, brown, yellow, pink, white, gray and orange.

The students also sang the “There’s a Monster in My Closet” and the Lonoke High School alma mater.

Laura Denson presented diplomas to her students: Raygehn Olivia Kimora Brooks, MaKaitlyn Bailee Calvin, Jennifer Lyn, Kira Lynn Childers, Marquelle Cole, Karr McKinley Graham, Gabrielle Nesha Holden, Alyssa Marie Jackson, Trey Jackson, Tyler Joe Johnson, Lauryn Ariana Jones, Trey Weston Jones, Samson David Lake, Madisyn Cherelle Logan, Eric Omar Martinez, Taliyah Rosha Murry, Zoey Michelle Rippeto, Nadia Nevaeh Smith, Lincoln Scott Tolliver and Kanon Lake Williams.

Audrey Mitchell presented diplomas to her students: Hannah Michelle Andrews, Matthew David Bonds, Emma Grace Bryant, Kamari Mikenlei Cole, Sydney Michelle Cron, Lillian Grace Davidson, Cody Deadmon, Mylea Ashtyn Dozier, Lizbeth Garcia Torres, Adam Bradley Guthrey, Olivia Louise Harrell, Kennedi Jo Jensen, MaLiaya Loreal Jones, Graci Lee Lockridge, Mariana Lopez, Kaydience Pugh, Angel Rangel, Jayson Dean Roberts, Andrick Tovar Montes and Kendall Janae White.

Leslie Staton presented diplomas to her students: Mary Elisabeth Buffalo, Triton O’Neal Covert, Jordan Matthew Gatter, Collins Walls Gentry, Letitia Anderson Hall, Graci Nicole Inman, Alexandra McDurmont, Owen Madison Minnie, Addison Ricker, Madelyn Grace Scott, Zackary Shane Stine and Peyton Mac Wallace.

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