The 13 new graduates of Hayfork High School got an affectionate sendoff from the school and community Friday night as they each strike out on their own path.  

The Class of 2019 has had its challenges. Due to the discovery of mold in the buildings, students attended school at Hayfork Elementary at one point before moving into portables on the Hayfork High School campus. In fact, the graduation ceremony Friday was held at the Hayfork Elementary School gymnasium.

But that wasn’t the focus.

Several described their classmates and teachers as family.

Class President Marina Guilfoile welcomed the many community members who attended, and congratulated her classmates on their accomplishment.

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