Fifty middle school students move up to Pennington’s Upper School


Share post:

The Pennington School held its middle school graduation ceremony.

Some 50 students completed their studies. After an invocation from Chaplain David Hallgren, Head of School William S. Hawkey presented opening remarks on June 9, according to a press release from the school.

- Advertisement -

Dean of Faculty Debbie Fermo presented The United Methodist Church Exemplary Teacher Award to Teacher of Middle School Spanish Tracy Kuser and Yanxin Wu of Beijing, China gave the First in Scholarship Address.

Chrissie Knight delivered the Head of Middle School’s remarks, and as the diplomas were formally granted, eighth-grade faculty advisors offered remarks about each of the graduating students, according to the press release.

Robert E. Martini Assistant Head of School for Community Life and Dean of Students Chad
Bridges then welcomed the graduates to Pennington’s Upper School, and Rev. Hallgren offered the benediction.

The middle school instrumental ensemble and middle school singers added music to
the event, according to the press release.


Stay Connected


Current Issue

Latest News

Related articles

Inside the Bribery Trial of Sen. Bob Menendez – Prosecutors Highlight His Wife’s Finances

Sen. Bob Menendez is facing a bribery trial, accused of accepting gold bars, cash, and a luxury car...

Somerset County adopts ‘fiscally responsible’ budget

The Somerset County Board of County Commissioners adopted its 2024 budget, which Commissioner Director Shanel Y. Robinson described as "fiscally responsible and...

East Windsor Police blotter

A 44-year-old Rahway man was arrested on outstanding warrants from Elizabeth following a motor vehicle stop on Route...

Drone unit helps find man charged with assault by auto

A 28-year-old East Windsor Township man was charged with two counts of assault by auto and other motor...