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MOVING UP: ISMS sends off 8th graders

June 10, 2013

Andrew Jagger (left) took home several awards Monday afternoon at Indian Springs Middle School’s eighth-grade transition program. Along with several scholar awards, Jagger received an Academic Excellence Award for a high grade point average. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

COLUMBIA CITY — Indian Springs Middle School held its transition program for the Class of 2017 Monday afternoon — the last day of school for Whitley County Consolidated Schools.

The class was sent off to Columbia City High School in prime fashion, with two speeches from classmates, pep talks from eighth-grade teachers, and a performance by the choir.

Awards were handed out for athletic and academic excellence, and students left the building for a final time as middle school students.

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