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Gloversville students accused of cutting trees not going to graduation

Gloversville High School seniors Kurtis Callen, left, and Vincent Scott will not be allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies after they were accused of cutting down 17 trees surrounding the school building.
Gloversville High School seniors Kurtis Callen, left, and Vincent Scott will not be allowed to participate in graduation ceremonies after they were accused of cutting down 17 trees surrounding the school building.
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The two Gloversville High School seniors who were arrested for their alleged roles in chopping down 17 remembrance trees that once surrounded the school will not be able to participate in graduation Saturday. But Kurtis Callen and Vincent Scott, though suspended for the rest of the school year, were given the opportunity to take final exams, Board of Education President Richard Carlson said, and to receive a diploma if they passed. He did not know ...


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