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Class dismissed – Malden, Saugus, Everett and Revere residents graduate at 17th Commencement of Mystic Valley Regional Charter School

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  Students from Malden, Everett, Saugus and Revere graduated from Mystic Valley Regional Charter School on Eastern Avenue last Friday during their 17th commencement ceremony. In total, 61 students received their diplomas. Valedictorian Rintaro Inomata, who hails from Malden and plans to study in Japan this fall, delivered a prerecorded address since he was in quarantine with COVID-19.
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The Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Matthew Stone, presented each graduate.
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Twins Rianna Griffiths, who plans to attend Salem State University this fall, and Kali Griffiths, who plans to become a medical esthetician, both hail from Malden. They are pictured with a cap decorated with their baby pictures.
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Malden resident Allen Bulic (in center), who was the soccer captain and ran track, threw his cap into the air to celebrate.
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“Everything ends and so our story begins” was decorated on this cap.
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Darnelle Felisier performed “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
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Salutatorian Ilona Beacom-Domotor (third from left), who has a 4.46 grade point average, is pictured with fellow graduates. She plans to major in bioengineering at Northeastern University this fall.
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Salutatorian Iloma Beacom-Domotor received many academic awards in several disciplines.
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Aijun Guo plans to become a Husky for Northeastern University.
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World Language Chairman Matthew Offner and the Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Matthew Stone, presented Malden resident Melissa Laliberte with the Outstanding Effort in Latin award.
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Malden resident Kali Griffiths received her diploma.
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Graduates lined up for the procession from the school gymnasium onto the outdoor field.
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Malden resident Gianna Gray graduated from Mystic Valley last Friday.
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World Language Chairman Matthew Offner and the Assistant Director for Grades 9-12, Matthew Stone, presented Malden resident Amora Velic with the General Excellence in Latin award.
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Malden resident Amy Pham on flute
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Everett resident Carissa Loesch, who played softball, received her high school diploma.
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Everett resident Nicolas Prezioso received an effort award in English.
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Pictured from left to right: proud father Ingram Sserubombwe, graduate Ingram Sserubombwe, mother Irene, cousin Franklin Nangonzi and cousin Jada Ssenkunda. He plans to attend Wentworth Institute of Technology.
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Both hailing from Malden: Class Secretary Amora Velic, who plans to study international relations at Tufts University, and Allen Bulic, who plans to study pharmaceutical science at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
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Class Marshall Daniel Nguyen led the graduates.
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A class marshal leads the charge for class to be dismissed.
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CLASS OFFICERS: Class Treasurer/Everett resident Uyen Thu Nguyen, who plans to major in interior design with a minor in business management at Wentworth Institute of Technology; Class Vice President/Melrose resident Amine Jamouq, who plans to major in architecture at Northeastern University; Class Secretary/Malden resident Amora Velic, who plans to major in international economy and child development at Tufts University; and Class President/Medford resident Jacob Stover, who plans to major in biomedical engineering at UMass Lowell.
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Jonathan Daniel Charlier celebrated.
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Malden resident Olivia Correale decorated her cap with pictures of family and friends. She plans to major in physical therapy this fall at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.

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