Seniors in the class of 2021 were recognized last week with honor and jumpstart graduates receiving their graduation cords. Traditionally the awards were made at graduation and or a special awards ceremony.
“I cannot tell you how proud I am of this class,” said JC Dickey, Red River High Principal, “I am thankful for this town and community and being at RRHS. I am excited that we have continued to raise our SPS year in and out. I am excited to think one day soon we maybe an ‘A’ school.”
The awards were handed out in the air-conditioned school auditorium, a great break from the heat outside. After the last award was presented, the students and faculty headed to the courtyard for a crawfish and burger lunch. Dickey said, “We wanted to let our seniors hang out one last time with their classmates and the faculty and staff they have spent four years with here at Red River High. This is what RRHS is all about, building relationships that will last forever.”
Graduation is tonight at the football stadium.
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