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SALT LAKE CITY – The Salt Lake Valley Technical High School graduation ceremony will be held제천출장마사지 Wednesday evening, June 3, from 9:15 to 11 p.m., with a class with alma mater WKU.
The school has been offering graduation courses since its inception, but the brent kinnane and other technical programs began in 2013.
“We decided to bring back alma mater WKU because they’ve been fantastic ambassadors in many ways,” said John Waddell, the executive director of Salt Lake High School. “They’ve sponsored the high school basketball team. They’ve sponsored the athletic program. They’ve sponsored the sports. The sports team has come a long way. They’re on the national stage with the World Series.”
The school has about 30 alma mater graduates from each of its 12 athletic teams, and many of them have stayed after graduation to work.
“The good thing about alma mater WKU is that they’ve been amazing for us and for the school,” said David Ralston, an assistant athletic director who worked at WKU from 1988 to 2000. “If there wasn’t alumni there, it wouldn’t be here.”
But WKU, too, has benefited. Kinnane says the school’s alumni association has helped spread the word about the college and its facilities.
“The biggest benefit comes from the school’s alumni association, the team, and the academics,” kinnane said. “In most schools there is a whole group of kids that just don’t get as much support. But in the case of WKU, they’re all 제주출장마사지around the institution.”
But with nearly 1,100 students attending WKU each year, there are still about 200 students with specific majors that don’t count toward graduation.
“We were able to bring students from the program, from many schools in the area,” Kinna시흥안마ne said. “We’ve had great success bringing students from different schools to the graduation ceremony.”
There is an after-party to follow the commencement ceremony, and kinnane estimates that about 1,000 students attended the party.