Cirrus Academy holds Moving-Up Ceremony for eighth graders

Superintendent Dr. Gail Fowler also presented students with awards and graduation gifts.

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Cirrus Academy Charter School in Macon held an 8th grade drive-thru Moving-up Ceremony Wednesday.

The event recognized students moving on to high school.

Teachers say they wanted to make sure students were honored for their hard work for keeping up with all their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Superintendent Dr. Gail Fowler also presented students with awards and graduation gifts.

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