Photo: Superintendent Bobby Pearce, Director Dod Walker and School Board Chairman Greg Thomas with the 2019 Wakulla Institute and Wakulla Adult Education Graduates
May 21, 2019
On May 21, Wakulla Institute and Wakulla Adult Education students participated in a meaningful graduation ceremony at the Wakulla County School District auditorium.
Wakulla Institute encompasses Wakulla public school alternative programs such as Pathways and Virtual School. Administrator James Vernon runs the day-to-day operation of the Institute.
The 2019 high school graduates from Wakulla Institute are Garett Myers and Whitney Paul.
The 2019 Adult Education graduates are Aidan Atkins, Maura Bartlow, Reagan Corley, Hailey Crum, Bryce Durocher, Rachelle Freeman, Ryleigh Freeman, Isaiah Hamilton, Brittany Harris, Alyssa Johnson, Cassidy Josephson, Leah Lines, Jaycee Mosley, Haley Myrick, Elliott Peavy, Patches Rakes, Alexah Rosier, Nichole Sammons, Leah Sanders, Raine Skalak, Jodie Tanner, Stella Treadway, Brittany Tucker, Hannah White, Josiah White and Jack Wiles.
Wakulla’s Adult Education program is run by Director Dod Walker.
Travis Cronan, Youth Pastor at Crawfordville Baptist Church, was the guest speaker.
Chief Academic Officer Sunny Chancy and Program Specialist Vicki Benton, along with Mr. Vernon, Dean Vicki Tillman and Mr. Walker, work with all of the Wakulla Institute and Wakulla Adult Education students to design individualized programs for their maximum success.
“These graduates will go on to pursue careers with the confidence that they can accomplish anything they set their minds to,” said Superintendent Bobby Pearce, who awarded the diplomas.
Families, friends, teachers, staff, and administrators celebrated with the graduates afterward at a reception held in their honor.