2021 Moving-Up Ceremony

The Hutchinson Fifth grade class of 2021 is shown in the middle school gym at their moving-up ceremony
Music teacher Rami Vamos leads students in a chant during the Hutchinson fifth grade moving up ceremony.
A student speaks during Hutchinson School's fifth grade moving up ceremony as Dr. Fitzgerald, school principal, looks on.
Hutchinson teachers and staff are shown as Dr. Fitzgerald speaks during the Hutchinson 5th grade moving-up ceremony
Dr. Fitzgerald speaks during Hutchinson's fifth grade moving-up ceremony.
A student speaks at the podium while Dr. Champ and Dr. Fitzgerald look on during the 5th grade moving up ceremony.
A student receives a flower and certificate at the Hutchinson 5th grade moving up ceremony.
A student receives a flower and certificate at the Hutchinson 5th grade moving up ceremony.
Students enter the gym for the 5th grade moving up ceremony.
Dr. Champ speaks during Hutchinson's fifth grade moving-up ceremony.

 

Congratulations to the Hutchinson School Class of 2021! Hutchinson’s Fifth Graders -- the final class ever to graduate from the current school building -- were honored at a moving-up ceremony held in the Pelham Middle School Gym. The ceremony included a speech called “What We’ve Learned Most,” by student Cody Tran and “Wishes for the Future,” by Maggie Dembowski. The 59 graduates then recited a chant created by music teacher Rami Vamos called “H is for Hutchinson” before certificates were distributed to the fifth graders. Remarks were also given by Dr. Trisha Nugent Fitzgerald, Hutchinson School Principal and Dr. Cheryl Champ, Superintendent of Schools. 

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