Littleton Public Schools Superintendent Brian Ewert told the newest graduates of Arapahoe High School to chart their own paths as they move on from high school.
"I'm going to ask you to make a …
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"I'm going to ask you to make a choice to live intentionally and not by happenstance," Ewert said.
On May 25, 549 graduates received their diplomas at a ceremony at Littleton Public Schools Stadium that included remarks from Mark Soldier Wolf, an elder of the Arapaho Tribe that is the school's namesake.
"Warriors, you've made it," said keynote speaker and graduate Matthew Parone. "You've taken risks and your time has definitely paid off. Because now, infinite possibilities lie ahead."
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