Over 80 students graduate from adults school

Over 80 students graduated Tuesday from the Kauai Community School for Adults.

Principal Eugene Uegawa led the commencement exercise held Tuesday night at the Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall in Lihue.

Some 38 of the students attended the ceremony, where they received their diplomas from Mamo Cummings, executive director of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce and Sherwood Hara, the Kauai representative on the Board of Education.

Mayor Bryan Baptiste delivered the commencement address.

The school provides adults a chance to complete their high school education and move ahead in a wide range of careers.


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