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PCHS has its 140th commencement

Giavanna Astley became the first to receive a diploma for the class of 2024 during the Port Clinton High School graduation ceremony on Sunday.

Giavanna Astley became the first to receive a diploma for the class of 2024 during the Port Clinton High School graduation ceremony on Sunday.

PORT CLINTON – Port Clinton High School graduated 124 seniors on Sunday during a hot afternoon at PCHS Stadium.

During the 140th Commencement ceremony, class president Reagan Ruthsatz encouraged classmates to live in the present.

Superintendent Patrick Adkins was also recognized during the ceremony as just one of five Ohio school superintendents who had served the same school district for 20 years or more.

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Graduates throw their caps at the finish line of Port Clinton High School's 140th annual commencement on Sunday.Graduates throw their caps at the finish line of Port Clinton High School's 140th annual commencement on Sunday.

Graduates throw their caps at the finish line of Port Clinton High School’s 140th annual commencement on Sunday.

Samari Arshawn Smith can't wait to graduate.  He waits expectantly in line at Port Clinton High School's 140th graduation ceremony on Sunday.Samari Arshawn Smith can't wait to graduate.  He waits expectantly in line at Port Clinton High School's 140th graduation ceremony on Sunday.

Samari Arshawn Smith can’t wait to graduate. He waits expectantly in line at Port Clinton High School’s 140th graduation ceremony on Sunday.

Port Clinton High School's 2,024 seniors graduated Sunday.Port Clinton High School's 2,024 seniors graduated Sunday.

Port Clinton High School’s 2,024 seniors graduated Sunday.

This article originally appeared on Port Clinton News Herald: Class president urges classmates to live in the present