Rowland Adult and Community Education held its graduation ceremony on June 9 at Rowland High School.
Several students received special awards. Student speakers were Carmen Flores and Natalie De La Paz.
A special GED award was presented to Richard Maldonado for the highest English GED score. He achieved a score of 3,120 out of a possible 4,000.
Director Rocky Bettar presented the Director’s Award to Lily Tran for superior achievement and demonstration of a strong desire for learning. Tod Hua got special recognition for his determination in earning a high school diploma.
District PTA President Connie Miranda presented the Ada Mae Warner scholarship to Sarah Mallari.
These classes allow adult students to work at their own pace with one-on-one instruction to finish their diploma. Both morning and evening classes are offered.
For information, call (626) 965-5975 or visit http://race.rowland.k12.ca.us.<WC>