Green Mountain’s Virtual Graduation Walk David Reiss

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Each day from May 2 until June 18, The Chester Telegraph will spotlight one member of the Green Mountain High School’s class of 2020. While nothing can replace the thrill of walking across the stage to receive your diploma at your high school graduation, we hope this moment “on stage” in front of your family, friends and community will give you some small joy and a memory to take with you.

David Reiss

David has been referred to as both Peanut Boy and Speed Racer. Chances are you’ll run into him working on one of his vehicles, snowboarding, on his boat fishing, taking his dogs Hershey and Andy on adventures, or scoping out locales for a photography shoot. In addition to Green Mountain Union High School, David attended the River Valley Technical Center, where he got his start as a metal fabricator. A senior tribute can’t leave out all the good times with friends hanging out, soccer and track meets, grilling in the student parking lot, car adventures, and playing Call of Duty on Xbox 360 in the weight room. There are so many good things to remember about GMUHS, except maybe math class. A shout out to the teachers whose wisdom, wit and guidance will be remembered for a long time…Thanks Mr. Ferenc, Mrs. Bushey, Mr. Hill, Ms. Carafiello, and Mr. Sidd.

View the Green Mountain High School Class of 2020 gallery

After leaving the stage, each student’s photo will become part of the Class of 2020 gallery. We want to thank Becky Bushey and Kelly Goodrich for their work in pulling together photos and text and Principal Lauren Fierman and the GM Guidance Office and our advertisers for making it possible.

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