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By Dan Rudy 

Plenty of projects for outgoing senior class


Dan Rudy / Wrangell Sentinel

Kiara Meissner prepared a very visual display to explain her senior class project last week. She had introduced first graders at Evergreen Elementary School to the Impressionist style of painting, highlighting the works of French artist Claude Monet and the Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh in particular.

As Wrangell's high school of seniors prepares to receive their diplomas on Friday, last week 17 students took time to showcase their capstone projects at the gym.

Required for graduation, the self-driven projects encourage students to give back to the community as best they can. Projects last at least 25 hours each, which can be difficult to arrange when fitting them in with other priorities.

Many of the projects students picked reflected their interests.

"I did fire safety training with the high school staff," said Brian Schwartz.

Schwartz has been a member of the Wrangell Volunteer Fire...

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