Hardin-Central ‘different’ in good ways

Lacey Logsdon is exuberant as she accepts her Hardin-Central diploma from School Board President Kyle Foster. (Photo by Sara Seidel/Richmond News)

By Sara Seidel/Staff Writer

Although they were a lot like ceremonies taking place across the nation this month, commencement exercises at Hardin-Central Sunday were “different.”

That was the word from speaker Arnold List, a math teacher who told the seniors that Hardin-Central is “different in many good ways.”

It has always been a place, he said, where teachers could encourage students, where students’ faith in God was respected and where patriotism was recognized.

“Hardin was a place to get a good education, especially in the core studies,” List said.

In his address, List also reminded students to treat every day as a gift, and he said he looked at the students with pride.

Published in the Friday, May 11, 2018, Richmond News.

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