THE SAUGUS ADVOCATE – FriDAy, JUnE 7, 2024 Page 13 Felix Antonio Torres Ortiz and Lisandra Zoe Torres Ortiz are triplet siblings who received diplomas last Friday night. Jayden Vaquerano shows off a colorful custom-made graduation stole his mother had made for him that incorporates the Puerto Rican, Dominican and Salvadorian flags. Jordan Chantha sports a Cambodian stole for graduation. Nathaniel Chadwick, a National Honor Society graduate, with his proud mom – Tonya Chadwick – a member of the Saugus High School Class of 1990. Twin sisters Gianna and Alexia DiCenso wait for the procession to begin. Alexa Ortega Zavala, the lone senior in this year’s Saugus High School Band, approaches the stage to present the band. Legs up! Graduate Elias Joseph Diaz completes his graduation cartwheel as Saugus Public Schools Superintendent Michael Hashem looks ready to help him. Sarah Dorielan (center) celebrates her Valedictorian night with her father, Frantz Dorielan, and mother, Guerlande Aristil. Graduate Elias Joseph Diaz (left) prepares to cartwheel on stage after receiving his diploma, attracting the attention of Principal Brendon Sullivan. Honor student Rachel Hashem gets a double hug from her parents Gail Hashem, a biology teacher, and Saugus Public Schools Superintendent Michael Hashem. Madilyn Femino, Class Vice President and National Honor Society President, addresses graduates as Saugus Middle High School Principal Brendon Sullivan looks on. Student Council President Grace Fiore addresses graduates. The graduates reception line Getting ready to toss their caps A CASCADE OF CAPS: At the end of the commencement exercises, the young graduates celebrated by flinging their caps skyward.

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