Speech to Text for SUPERINTENDENT: THESE GIRLS HAD BRIGHT FUTURES
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andryanna sheppard. she is live at eagle point high school. she tells us how the school district says this year's high school graduation will be a little different this year. [a10]ep students killed crash-stinger the superintendent tells me students are already asking how they can honor the girls at graduation. she says the district hasn't started making those plans quite yet but there's no doubt in her mind those girls will be celebrated with their graduating classmates. superintendent cynda rickert says luciana, giselle, and esmerelda were hardworking students whose bright futures were cut short way too soon. cynda says: "these are three young women who were going to graduate eagle point high school in a a few weeks. these were young women who had plans, big plans, bright plans. these were young women who worked very hard to get scholarships so that they would have bright futures." now that graduation is coming up soon, graduating students want to make sure the three girls will be honored and celebrated too. some don't even want to walk across that stage since their friends won't be able to. cynda says: "i heard about one student this morning that said i'm not going to go to graduation if they can't go i'm not going to go. and we're going to have that conversation. and right now that's how people feel and that's okay because that's how people feel. rickert wants those students to know going to graduation is a way to celebrate all students. cynda says: "you bet you're going to graduation because we're going to honor' these three young women. they are part of this graduating class and we are going to have the best graduation we have ever had to honor them and remember them. [a18]ep students killed school-live tag eagle point high school's graduation will be held at the school's stadium on friday, june 8-th at seven-30. live in eagle point, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12. we told you how