A school district in Colorado has plans to do away with valedictorian awards at its high schools.
Starting with the class of 2026, the Cherry Creek School District in western Arapahoe County, Colorado, will not give special recognition to students who have earned the highest grade-point average in their class at graduations, according to FOX 31 Denver KDVR.
The school district notified parents about the ceremonial change in a recent newsletter, the local news station reported.
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