Successful graduates at the bad kissingen secondary school
Beaming faces at the presentation of certificates to 150 secondary school students – all of whom passed their exams. In the great hall of the regentenbau, principal torsten stein handed over the coveted papers to his former. As stein explained in his short laudatory speech, as a teacher one or the other had "still seen potential for improvement". At the end of the day, however, the students were satisfied with their performance, and some of them were even astonished in view of the "explosive improvements that resulted from the final examinations".
And there was something else that principal stein praised: he was very pleased that this was the first graduating class that had not organized a graduation joke in his eleven years as principal at this school. Why, he liked to know immediately in a literal quote from one of the dismissed teachers: "we are supposed to pay for everything, we have all the work, then there’s something wrong anyway and in the end no one wants to clean up the mess – we don’t give in to that", a school leaver is said to have said to him. "For so much entrepreneurial foresight you deserve my full respect", and congratulated them on successfully completing their secondary school education. For the future he wished health, success and happiness, but above all inner peace and contentment and the realization that this is much easier to achieve if the smartphone is switched off from time to time.
Deputy principal christian schmitt, who had taken over the part of the funeral, stated "that your school career at the realschule bad kissingen was only possible due to the merit of the district, which is responsible for the property". Deputy district administrator emil muller and kay blankenburg, mayor of bad kissingen, as well as franz hohmann from the realschule’s friends association and ulrike kiesel from the parents’ council were guests at the award ceremony. It was the parents’ council that made it possible for the graduation ceremony to take place in such a festive setting in the regentenbau. The outgoing principal of jack steinberger grammar school, frank kubitza, was also present, because "with a good intermediate school leaving certificate, it is possible to transfer to the neighboring grammar school" , according to deputy principal christian schmitt. The ten best students of the six classes were leo rottenberger (10a), jana klein (10e), kristin mutzel (10e), hanna gensler (10e), jan reiswich (10d), paula kirchner (10f), dominik traub (10b), as well as jan wolf (10a), elena rottenberger (10e) and christina koch (10e), all three of whom graduated with the dream grade of 1.09.