Frederick HS says goodbye to grads and, perhaps, mascot

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Posted 6/2/21

Frederick High School sent its most recent batch of graduates into the world over Memorial Day weekend. Coronavirus concerns caused at least one change to the routine. Instead of sitting together as …

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Frederick HS says goodbye to grads and, perhaps, mascot

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Frederick High School sent its most recent batch of graduates into the world over Memorial Day weekend. Coronavirus concerns caused at least one change to the routine. Instead of sitting together as a class, graduates sat with their families all over the field. This may be the last time Frederick graduates a group of Warriors, too. A bill in the Legislature may force schools to do away with the Warriors’ nickname. Seven other schools in the state face the same issue.

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