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PHS Freshmen put hand and pledge in ink
Posted on 08/28/2015
Pepperell High freshmen started the process yesterday to make their commitment to graduate in four years. The new high school teens put their hand print in ink that will be added to a hand print banner created for the Class of 2019. The banner is created as part of Pepperell’s annual “Hand Print Pledge” ceremony signifying each student's pledge to graduate. The hand print and signature of each teen will be placed on a banner that will hang in the hallway of PHS until the graduation ceremony in four years. Pepperell High has used the hand print ceremony to encourage freshmen to work hard and make smart decisions so that they will be able to graduate on time. The project is part of the school's commitment to "Destination Graduation for every child."  READ MORE...

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