ROY — St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School here will graduate six students June 13 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church here.

“I encourage the eighth-grade graduates of St. Francis of Assisi School to remember three key lessons as they move onto their next stages of life,” said Jannelle Mayo, principal at St. Francis.

First, Mayo tells her students to practice kindness. It “is not a form of weakness; it is a sign of true strength of character.” Second, she tells them to seek deep and meaningful relationships with others and actively work to break down barriers. Third, Mayo encourages the graduates to remain true to themselves.

“Keep your faith alive and act in congruence with what you hold most dear,” she said.

Mayo quoted Albert Einstein, who wrote, “‘There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”’

“Be the kind of person who chooses to see miracles every day. I believe that God intends us to live this way, see everything through the eyes of faith, and take in the joy, peace, and love surrounding us,” said Mayo.

Here are the graduates: Chloe Trapp, Noel Mayo, Giavonni Lucero, Robby Harris, Angelique Dauvin and Maylis Crowell