Graduating class of 2017 will be the 100th class to graduate from Aberdeen

Superintendent Jane Ward reported at the Aberdeen School Board meeting held Wednesday, Sept. 21, with Herb Bohrer, Elaine Bilk and Todd Lowder present, that she looks forward to celebrating the district’s centennial year this year. This graduating class, the class of 2017, will be the 100th graduating class from Aberdeen High School.
She thanked those who participated in the ground breaking ceremony held on Tuesday, Sept. 13. It turned out to be a special event and she thanked the lunch room for the cookies and Marina Taylor for the cake. She also thanked the maintenance and custodial crew for all the preliminary work it took to get ready for the ceremony.

Potato harvest was changed because of the rain. Harvest started on Monday, Sept. 26, through Oct. 11. Students will return to school on Wednesday, Oct. 12.
Ward said they have advertised for the removal of the red vocational building. Bids will be opened on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 2 p.m.

The floor in the maintenance shed has been poured and the plumbing has been roughed in. The building of the vocational building and practice gym has begun, Ward reported….

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