May 28
Weekly Message - May 28

Good morning all, and Happy Grad week to you!

We all know that this one is different than any other Grad before, but it is certainly no less important. Grad is a time to reflect on the past, and look forward to the future. As the world begins to open up again, it’s important to note that the grads of 2020 – possibly more so than any Grad class in recent history – have a critical part to play in how the world resets after a major event like the pandemic. You are in a unique and special position – I encourage you to take advantage of the opportunity that is being afforded to you.

Just a couple of updates this week:

• A reminder: there will be no classes on Friday May 29. Friday is Graduation Day, and regardless of pandemic circumstances, we will recognize it as such

• On behalf of the staff and faculty of Sir Winston Churchill High School, I want to congratulate all of our graduates for a job very well done in trying circumstances - congratulations to the Class of 2020!

Be strong, be proud, and be kind to your self and those around you as we continue to make our way through these challenging times – I hope and trust that I’ll see you all again soon.

Mr. A. Rajan ​


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