Graduation for students in San Francisco Unified School District’s class of 2021 promises to be emotional and memorable. (Shutterstock)

Graduation for students in San Francisco Unified School District’s class of 2021 promises to be emotional and memorable. (Shutterstock)

Seniors graduate from lower peninsula schools

New graduates include seniors from Connections Program, Kachemak Selo, Nikolaevsk, Ninilchik, Port Graham and Voznesenka schools

Congratulations to the following high school graduates from southern Kenai Peninsula schools:

Connections Program

Selivan Basargin, Homer

Llena Bice, Anchor Point

Chloe Coe, Anchor Point

Rorey Cook, Homer

Jancee Corey, Anchor Point

Landen Dungan, Homer

Aspen Etzwiler, Homer

Delainey Johnson, Homer

Shauna Johnson, Anchor Point

Rosemary Kauffman, Homer

Emily Kuemper, Nikolaevsk

Oriana Mahoney, Homer

Samara Nehren-Rawls, Anchor Point

Peyton Nelson, Ninilchik

Vlase Polushkin, Homer

Josiah Raymond , Homer

Amelia Reese, Seldovia

Sarah Riedel, Homer

Jade Robuck, Ninilchik

Jade Schultz, Homer

Talon Schultz, Homer

Jonah Socha, Homer

Victoria Taylor, Anchor Point

Hannah Vance, Homer

Kaitlyn White, Homer

Hunter Willden, Homer

Kaitlynne Willden, Homer

Rebecca Wythe, Fritz Creek

Kachemak Selo School

Foma Kuzmin

Maria Reutov

Susanna Reutov

Vassa Reutov

Nikolaevsk School

Konstantin Fefelov

Karen Lasiter

Michael Sellers, Clam Gulch

Emilia Vazquez

Ninilchik School

Minnie Burton

Fiona DenBoer, Clam Gulch

Brandon Ducker, Kasilof

Robyn Hamilton

Thomas Nelson

Rachael Okonek

Port Graham School

James Cook

Arianna Moonin

Voznesenka School

Ulita Basargin

Vassa Ivanov

Susanna Reutov

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