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What has happened to the Class of 2022 coverage?

Sherry Jones
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Some of the members of the Class of 2022, pictured in 2009. StarNews photo by Ken Blevins.

Some of the members of the Class of 2022, pictured in 2009. StarNews photo by Ken Blevins.

Q. What has happened to the Class of 2022 coverage? It started out with a bang when Chelsea Kellner did it before leaving the StarNews.

A. In 2009, the StarNews decided to follow the Class of 2022 from kindergarten until they graduate from high school in 2022.

We are continuing to follow the Class of 2022. As the students have progressed in school, our goal is to check in at least once a year. In 2012, we published two stories. While we have yet to publish anything this year, it is our intention to update this series by the end of the year.

To read the stories, go to StarNewsOnline.com/Classof2022. or search StarNewsOnline.com for “Class of 2022″ using the quote

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Dianna Blair

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2 Responses to “ What has happened to the Class of 2022 coverage?”

  1. On August 8, 2013 at 11:53 am Dianna Blair wrote:

    Would like to see another picture of the remaining students in a group as has been done previously. Will see how much they have grown since kindergarten. They are headed for 4th grade this year.

    Thanks

  2. On August 8, 2013 at 2:31 pm Si Cantwell wrote:

    We haven’t gathered them together for a group photo at least since 2011. There’s a picture of one of the young men with this story:
    http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20110905/ARTICLES/110909864



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