CMCP BLOG

Seniors 2020

The Class of 2020 has responded to this challenging time in our history with flexibility, resiliency, and strength. Through quarantine and face masks, they still managed to steadfastly rise up to the occasion and found ways to celebrate the culmination of their achievements by coming together as a community. As they go off to new adventures, we have every confidence that they will make their mark and work Toward a Better World.

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