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June 25th, 2009 by Temple City Tribune
With a class of over 450 students walking on to the field at Temple City High School last Friday the screams of the graduates family and friends surrounded Arthur North Field.
The program began with the ASB Vice President’s welcome by Susan Deng, followed by the ASB President’s message from Crystal Tung. Michelle Wong, the Salutatorian, wished she could “…find the remote and press pause…” for the past four years. The evening was compared to the movie Finding Nemo and how when nothing ventured is nothing gained by Christine Wang, the Senior Class President. The Valedictorian, Paras Savla, used the reference of “Jai Ho” from the movie Slumdog Millionaire and how it meant “victory to you” for all his fellow classmates. He challenged the graduates to go and make a difference in the world. Principal Mary Jo Fosselman-King words of wisdom to the class where from Michael Josephson’s “If I could give you anything” commentary from Character Counts.
By Andrea Olivas – Photos by Terry Miller