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Shaler Area’s Class of 2019 celebrates commencement

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Alyssa Krause, Shaler Area High School’s valedictorian, addresses her classmates on June 7 during commencement.
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Skylynn Stewart is all smiles during commencement at Shaler Area High School’s Titan Stadium on June 7.
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Shaler Area High School held commencement on June 7 to bid farewell to the Class of 2019.
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The Shaler Area Class of 2019 threw their caps in the air at the conclusion of graduation on June 7.
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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Shaler Area High School held commencement on June 7 to bid farewell to the Class of 2019.
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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Shaler Area High School held commencement on June 7 to bid farewell to the Class of 2019.
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Louis Raggiunti | For the Tribune-Review
Shaler Area High School held commencement on June 7 to bid farewell to the Class of 2019.

On June 7 the Shaler Area High School Class of 2019 celebrated commencement at Titan Stadium. The bleachers were packed with friends, family and underclassmen as the graduates said a final good-bye to the school district and begin to embark on their individual journeys.

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