PHOTOS: Court and Community School graduation 2019

Family members of slain student pick up diploma he would have received

  • Brothers of Tae Latimer, the victim of a fatal shooting in Arcata, accept his high school diploma from the Eureka Community School.

  • Dominick Severns gives a big smile as he receives his Eureka Community School high school diploma from his teacher Catlin Conlin.

  • Cameron Rainbow-Rodriquez slaps hands as he makes his way to the podium to receive his Eureka Community School diploma.

  • Tassels are turned signifying they are official graduates of Humboldt County Office of Education Community Schools.

  • Caleb Hunt’s family pose moments before running to the stage to take his picture.

  • Tajae Bryant gives his mother a quick smile as she made her way to the front of a capacity-filled Sequoia Conference Center. Bryant’s Eureka Community School teacher Catlin Conlin smiles for the photo pause.

  • A graduate watches fellow classmates receive their diploma.

  • A proud parent hears her daughter’s name called.

  • Matthew Kasey Holt shakes hands with his Eel River Community School teacher moments before he receives diploma.

  • Jordana Ferguson gives her Eel River Community School teacher a hug.

  • Jordana Ferguson receives her Eel River Community School diploma.

  • Jordana Ferguson receives her Eel River Community School diploma.

  • Humboldt County Office of Education Superintendent Chris Hartley addresses the graduates.

  • The Humboldt County Office of Education Community Schools, including Eel River Community School, Eureka Community Scvhool, Garberville Community School, New Horizons High School and Von Humboldt High School held their high school graduation Wednesday evening at the Sequoia Conference Center in Eureka.



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