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What are the samples of welcome speech of a kindergarten graduation?

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A sample of a welcome speech for a kindergarten graduation would be: "Welcome parents and good morning/afternoon. We had a great year and I really enjoyed learning with your children. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have after the ceremony." This set a good tone for the kindergarten graduation.

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is it possible a person can be both valedictorian and salutrian at sametime?


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