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  • WATCH: Fife High School seniors sing, dance, high-five youngsters

    Dozens of Fife High School Seniors road the bus back to two of their former schools Friday June 10, 2016, for a “mock graduation” giving their younger brethren a peek at what they could accomplish if they stayed in school.

Dozens of Fife High School Seniors road the bus back to two of their former schools Friday June 10, 2016, for a “mock graduation” giving their younger brethren a peek at what they could accomplish if they stayed in school. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
Dozens of Fife High School Seniors road the bus back to two of their former schools Friday June 10, 2016, for a “mock graduation” giving their younger brethren a peek at what they could accomplish if they stayed in school. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

Fife High seniors take emotional last stroll through grade schools

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