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Photos: John Jay Eighth-Grade Students Move Up

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CROSS RIVER, N.Y. – John Jay Middle School’s eighth-grade class took the next step in their academic journey last month when they received their certificates on Moving Up Day as parents and family cheered them on. This fall, the students will enter high school as freshmen.

All photos are courtesy of the Katonah-Lewisboro School District.

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