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Seniors honored at first-ever pinning ceremony



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Graduating Tantasqua Regional High School health careers students were honored during a pinning ceremony on Tuesday, May 15. It was the first ever pinning ceremony at Tantasqua. Kevin Flanders. (click for larger version)
May 22, 2012
STURBRIDGE — Graduating Tantasqua Regional High School health careers students were honored by staff members during the first ever pinning ceremony at the school on Tuesday, May 15.

The students were not only recognized for meeting the Tantasqua technical division curriculum requirements, but also for their achievements in earning certifications in first aid/CPR and as certified nursing assistants and home health aides.

"This recognition and pinning ceremony is the first of its kind at Tantasqua," said Tantasqua health careers teacher Joanne Silvestris. "It symbolizes the dedication and commitment our students have shown by meeting the state requirements to become certified as nursing assistants."

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