Week in Pictures May 20, 2019 – May 24, 2019

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Week in Pictures May 20, 2019 – May 24, 2019

Michelle Adams, mother of Mikaela Adams ‘20, is interviewed by a newscaster regarding Cathedral Catholic's recent policy change banning skirts. Gaining national attention, the skirt ban will remain in place for next year.

Michelle Adams, mother of Mikaela Adams ‘20, is interviewed by a newscaster regarding Cathedral Catholic's recent policy change banning skirts. Gaining national attention, the skirt ban will remain in place for next year.

Photo by Audrey Taylor

Michelle Adams, mother of Mikaela Adams ‘20, is interviewed by a newscaster regarding Cathedral Catholic's recent policy change banning skirts. Gaining national attention, the skirt ban will remain in place for next year.

Photo by Audrey Taylor

Photo by Audrey Taylor

Michelle Adams, mother of Mikaela Adams ‘20, is interviewed by a newscaster regarding Cathedral Catholic's recent policy change banning skirts. Gaining national attention, the skirt ban will remain in place for next year.

Chloe Staples and Ellery Wakeman

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Cathedral Catholic High School celebrated a fun-filled week adhering to the regular schedule for the final time of the school year, consisting of yearbook distributions, the last all-school liturgy, and an announcement pertaining to the CCHS skirt ban for 2019-2020 school year. Yearbooks, themed “We Stand Out,” were made available to students on Thursday, May 23. The last liturgy celebration occurred on Wednesday, preparing seniors for their upcoming graduation on June 1. The CCHS administration addressed the skirt issue with an email explaining its decision to eliminate skirts in favor of khaki pants and shorts, quelling student-led protests for the time being.

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