Polson grads grateful for support
“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow,” said Anthony J. D’Angelo.
We are all here to push our education to new limits. We, the students, can only do that with both the generosity and the support of the community. It is the people of this valley and the people of Polson that have made me proud to be a Polson High School graduate. Our ship is getting ready to sail, but your contribution is only half the work. We, the class of 2012, are looking to proceed forward and fulfill the time and money that has already been put into our education. We will come into port, some of us this summer, some of us within two years at a community college, some four-year degrees, and some beyond that. Some of us will trickle away from Polson; most of us will come back home. Polson and its residents are what we know; we are a tightly-woven community. It is our hope to come back and take part in this community one day.
“Education is a better safeguard of liberty than a standing army,” said Edward Everett.
Thank you for your contribution.