2018 graduations from around the county

Say it with confetti. Taconic Hills Central School District’s 2018 graduates celebrated on stage with a confetti cannon blast at their graduation ceremony June 23. Who’s going to clean that up? Photo by David Lee

Smile for the camera, I mean phone. Hudson High School alum and former NFL player Rashad Barksdale takes a selfie during his Hudson High School graduation keynote address Friday, June 22 with the class of 2018 behind him. Hudson graduated 124 seniors during the ceremony in the high school auditorium. Photo by Mike McCagg

Sounds like a plan. Ichabod Crane High School graduate, Mckaylee Rielly actually does have some idea what she’s doing next year. She will be heading to Hudson Valley Community College to study early childhood development. Her mortar board was decked out at the ICC High School commencement June 22. Photos by Catherine Sager

Chatham graduates get the message. Tyrene Campbell, Student Government President, addresses the assembly at the 63rd Commencement Ceremony at Chatham High School June 22. Photo by Catherine Sager

New Lebanon grads ‘rap’ it up. At their commencement ceremony June 23, New Lebanon High School graduates performed a rap they had invented for the occasion. Photo by David Lee

Adding finishing touches. Prior to their grand entrance to commencement ceremonies June 22, Germantown High School graduates lined up in the hall, waited and made final adjustments. With 30 graduates, Germantown had the smallest graduating class of all the public schools in Columbia County. Photo by David Lee

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