Lights! Camera! Graduate!

Hurley graduation production nears completion


May 20, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Cameron Schuelke leaps as he tosses his graduation cap following his individual graduation ceremony Monday at Hurley K-12 School. The COVID-19 shutdown prevents a class graduation and so the separate ceremonies are being compiled into a virtual graduation to be posted online Saturday. With Schuelke are, from left, Mark Zarzyski, uncle; Ángel Minkin, mother; Kevin Schuelke, father; Linda Zarzyski, aunt; Gail Schimke, aunt; Hannah Kreimer, sophomore and girlfriend; and grandparents Sharon and Dennis Schuelke.


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HURLEY - For nearly a week the 46 graduating Hurley High School seniors and their families have been going through personal graduations at the school as part of the 126th commencement program that will be virtual and presented online Saturday.

By the end of Monday, the school administration had 25 of the 46 graduates completed with the ceremony, photos and videos in half-hour appointments that started late last week, said Melissa Oja, the middle/high school principal. What was thought to be a mere process to produce an alternate ceremony put to...

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