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High School graduation is a tremendous milestone for any young person. It marks the culmination of 12 years of learning, growth and change. Since its first seven graduates in 1921, Taos High School has seen thousands cross the stage to receive their diplomas. Some students, however, never get that opportunity; life throws different curveballs at different people, but at least one Taos Pueblo student this year refused to let life get in the way of his goal.

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Taos High School Class of 2021, along with their families and school administrators, celebrated their hard-fought graduation on Saturday (May 29) on Anaya Field. Despite a global pandemic, Taos Tigers showed their indomitable spirit, and excelled in and out of the classroom. Congratulations to all!

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The Taos News has committed to implement a weekly column to help educate our community about emotional healing through grief. People may write questions to Golden Willow Retreat and they will be answered privately to you and possibly as a future article for others. Please list a first name that grants permission for printing.

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This week, nearly every governmental body around the Enchanted Circle will hold a meeting. The town of Taos will discuss the possibility of a public bank, and will also hold a joint work session with the Taos County Board of Commissioners. Questa will discuss amendments to the water and sewer ordinance, and Taos Municipal Schools will discuss end of year graduation requirements.

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Taos High School had a midsummer high school graduation Monday (June 22) for a few students who finished up their final requirements a little later in the school year. District superintendent Lillian Torrez and other staff handed diplomas to the students as they drove past in their vehicles, a familiar scene during the coronavirus age of graduations.

With 16 graduates this year, Vista Grande High School, at 213 Paseo del Cañón East in Taos, was holding out for a real-life graduation until the governor’s recent cautious mandates (May 15) about continuing social distancing. Instead the school hosted a drive-by graduation Friday (May 22) at the school.

With 16 graduates this year, Vista Grande High School, at 213 Paseo del Cañón East in Taos, was holding out for a real-life graduation until the governor’s recent cautious mandates (May 15) about continuing social distancing. Instead the school hosted a drive-by graduation Friday (May 22) at the school.

An unprecedented graduation

An unprecedented graduation

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Matthew Narvaiz