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Rain and inclement weather didn’t damper the spirits of Trumbull High’s Class of 2019, who received their diplomas at an indoor ceremony this past Tuesday. For the graduates gathered in the Trumbull High gymnasium, the day marked the end of their time in the Trumbull public school system and the beginning of their post-high school careers. The festivities featured addresses from school principal Marc Guarino, Superintendent Gary Cialfi, Board of Education Chairwoman Loretta Chory, First Selectman Vicki Tesoro, salutatorian Camryn Fetzer, class president Nigel Hayes, and valedictorian Manan Manchanda.
“What do you want to do when you grow up?” That’s the question that principal Marc Guarino asked the graduating class of 2019. In his remarks, Guarino encouraged his now former students to “find your passion and follow it.” First Selectman Tesoro echoed these sentiments and urged students to “be open to new possibilities” and to “be people of honesty, integrity, and courage.” The first selectman also gave a nod to two presidents, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, when she reminded students that “every person can make a difference and every person should try” and “there is no limit to the good you can do if you don’t care who gets the credit.”