Grand Valley class shows its respect for fellow grad by holding applause

Dustin Noble, right, who is autistic and sensitive to the sound of applause, raises his hand to acknowledge his classmates and the crowd Saturday, after they raised their hands to him in lieu of clapping as he received his diploma from Grand Valley High School in Parahute. He was one of 68 graduates.



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Dustin Noble, right, who is autistic and sensitive to the sound of applause, raises his hand to acknowledge his classmates and the crowd Saturday, after they raised their hands to him in lieu of clapping as he received his diploma from Grand Valley High School in Parahute. He was one of 68 graduates.

PARACHUTE — Sixty-eight strong, a Grand Valley High School class hailed for its all-for-one, one-for-all attitude graduated Saturday. Their esprit de corps may have been nowhere more…




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