Recognized at the July 27 Ray-Pec school board meeting were International Baccalaureate graduates (from left) Connor Woodward, Malone Blaich, Lilly Carroll, Zachary Newman, Benjamin Osborne, Dalton Gilmore, Austin Moulder and Jacob Shriner, pictured with school board member Maria Davies. Not pictured: Grant Bosley, Jordan Doss, Samantha Heggem, Jesse Turos and Audrey Warters.
Recognized at the July 27 Ray-Pec school board meeting were International Baccalaureate graduates (from left) Connor Woodward, Malone Blaich, Lilly Carroll, Zachary Newman, Benjamin Osborne, Dalton Gilmore, Austin Moulder and Jacob Shriner, pictured with school board member Maria Davies. Not pictured: Grant Bosley, Jordan Doss, Samantha Heggem, Jesse Turos and Audrey Warters. Photo provided
Recognized at the July 27 Ray-Pec school board meeting were International Baccalaureate graduates (from left) Connor Woodward, Malone Blaich, Lilly Carroll, Zachary Newman, Benjamin Osborne, Dalton Gilmore, Austin Moulder and Jacob Shriner, pictured with school board member Maria Davies. Not pictured: Grant Bosley, Jordan Doss, Samantha Heggem, Jesse Turos and Audrey Warters. Photo provided

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