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Woodland and TEAM high schools celebrate 2022 graduates

The Columbian

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools’ two high schools, Woodland High School and TEAM High School, the district’s alternative high school, celebrated their 2022 graduates during commencement ceremonies earlier this month.

TEAM High School recognized 34 graduates from its largest graduating class of nearly 40 total grads. Principal Jake Hall welcomed families and guests followed by Superintendent Michael Green’s presentation of the Class of 2022 to Board Director Trish Huddleston, who handed out diplomas.

Woodland High School celebrated its graduating class of more than 130 graduates in a series of events culminating in the commencement ceremony. Graduates were recognized for their accomplishments during Senior Night, took part in the Grad Parade through the district’s schools, and concluded by walking in the 114th annual commencement to receive their diplomas.

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