By Ian Thompson
Country High School graduate Beonce Sarmiento wanted to know where “all my grads are at.”
“You all have to get loud,” she told her peers. “I am proud of myself and all of you. Every day, we have our battles, but we all share one in common – school.”
Many of the listening 59 Class of 2019 Country High grads grinned in approval of the opening Thursday of Sarmiento’s no-holds barred speech about making it to graduation.