Over 100 Graduate from Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative
More than 100 students at the Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative put on their caps and gown Wednesday for graduation ceremonies for both the morning and afternoon programs.
As they made their way from their classrooms to the gym at Sedalia Middle School, which also is home to the co-op, the graduates got high fives from SMS students and staff members.
After reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and singing the songs "Have You Ever Gone a Fishin;" and "Baby Fish," the students received their graduation certificates from Principal Grace Kendrick.
PIC1: Pettis County Early Childhood Cooperative graduates get high fives from Sedalia Middle School students and staff members on their way to Wednesday's ceremony in the SMS gym.
PIC2: Co-op students, from left, Jobe Herren, Madilynn Gooley and Alaina Camirand lead the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of the ceremony.
PIC4: From left, Kevin Luna, Sage Conners and Bristin McGinnis act out the final lyrics of "Baby Fish," one of two songs the students performed during the graduation ceremony.
VeraHernandez: Jazmine Vera-Hernandez waves to family members after receiving her graduation certificate from co-op Principal Grace Kendrick.
Webb: Co-op graduate Lyric Webb poses for a photo for his family.