Page 12 THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – FRiDAy, JunE 7, 2024 Caps Off to Everett High School Class of 2024 Graduates Graduate Tam Tran with his father Luan, his mother Mai, his grandmother Van, his brother James, and his sister Minh. Tran plans to study business at UMass/Boston to work in corporate. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino) Class President Salvatore DiDomenico, who will be attending Northeastern University to study political science to follow in his father’s footsteps, and Anthony Masucci, who is going to Syracuse University to study biochemistry and history to hopefully become a surgeon. State Representative Joseph McGonagle said the Class of 2024 has adapted and overcome obstacles. State Senator Sal DiDomenico said the Class of 2024 is an accomplished group, from arts to music to sports. Mayor Carlo DeMaria awarded a diploma to Nischal Tamang. Gianna Masucci shook hands with School Committee Chair Jeanne Cristiano. Shown from left to right, are: State Senator Salvatore DiDomenico, his son, Sal, and Mayor Carlo DeMaria. Mayor Carlo DeMaria, who graduated from the Class of 1991, encouraged graduates to be proud of their accomplishments and try to make every day meaningful. Graduates Amy Ortiz and Bernice Orozco with Mayor Carlo DeMaria. Mia Auguste received her diploma from School Committee Chair Jeanne Cristiano. Mayor Carlo DeMaria and Thalia Patino are all smiles. Shown from left to right, are: Camille Camillo, with friends Camille Moura and Carol Santos. Camilo is taking a gap year before going to UMass/Boston. Donald Michel high fi ves School Committee members Marcony Almeida Barros and Robin Babcock. Football standout Christian Zamor’s attire was attributed to his Christian faith. Class Secretary and Student Government member Emerson Pineda Chacón plans to study computer science and industrial engineering to open his own business. Keynote speaker Jennifer Peñate, the weekend evening anchor and general assignment reporter for WCVB, said graduates are committed. She is originally from El Salvador. Everett High School Principal Dennis Lynch led the Pledge of Allegiance. Graduate Nicole Brandao waved during the procession into the stadium. Everett High Music Teachers/Directors Gene O’Brien, at right, and Corey Crofoot played trumpet to welcome the processional into the stadium. Lilian Odiari took a selfi e, as she crossed the stage. Anthony Hahn graduated. Alanna O’Brien is all smiles as she crossed the stage an EHS graduate. Stephany DeSouza is all smiles, as she crossed the stage. Honor medal recipients stand to be recognized during the ceremony. Proud parents cheered on their graduates from the bleachers. Rebecca Hickey embraces her mother, Elena. Rafael Garcia points to the crowd. The Everett High Choir performed the National Anthem. Laury Darius, at left, who plans to attend UMass/Amherst to study public health to become a pediatric doctor, and Shelina Nguyen, who plans to study psychology at Simmons University. Graduate Tyanna Williams’ cap read “onto the next story.” Graduate Natalia VaqueranoLopez’s cap was attributed to Proverbs 3:5. Shown from left to right, are: Ward 6 Councillor Peter Pietrantonio, Councillor-At-Large John Hanlon, Council President Robert Van Campen, Councillor Guerline Alcy Jabouin, Councillor Katy Rogers, Ward 2 Councillor Stephanie Martins, Ward 4 Councillor Holly Garcia and Ward 3 Councillor Anthony DiPierro. Jeremiah Saint Louis crossed the stage.

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