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Past behind, lives before and memories forever
Monroe High School graduate Alex Koller is handed his diploma by Board of Education Treasurer Brian Keith during graduation at the high school Sunday. To order either of these photos, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - Members of the class of 2016 embraced their paths to the future on Sunday during Monroe High School's 143rd commencement ceremony. Clad in red and white, the graduates listened as classmates told them to write their own story by making an impact on the world and to embrace courage as they face possible challenges, while an eccentric teacher gave one last lesson. Graduate Eric Tabaka talked about the concept of welcoming others and how his journey to graduate from MHS began with his family relocating before his freshman year.