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“The parents interfered too often”

2022-06-27T12:08:25.305Z

“The parents interfered too often” Created: 06/27/2022, 02:00 p.m By: Klaus Kuhn The last photo together is also the most beautiful: The 2022 high school graduation class of the Korbinian-Aigner-Gymnasium celebrated their prom on Saturday in the Schollbach sports park. © Robin Bauersachs Finally a dignified graduation party at the Korbinian-Aigner-Gymnasium. On Friday, the 135 graduates receiv



“The parents interfered too often”

Created: 06/27/2022, 02:00 p.m

By: Klaus Kuhn

The last photo together is also the most beautiful: The 2022 high school graduation class of the Korbinian-Aigner-Gymnasium celebrated their prom on Saturday in the Schollbach sports park.

© Robin Bauersachs

Finally a dignified graduation party at the Korbinian-Aigner-Gymnasium.

On Friday, the 135 graduates received their certificates in two groups, namely at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

Erding - Deputy headmaster Stefan Grabrucker mentioned in his welcome address, among other things, the seating arrangement that differed from previous years: It no longer existed, it was rather a "standing order", with many loosely arranged standing tables spread over the entire auditorium, with drinks on them .

He liked that and said it should be retained.

"They drink at the expense of the association," said the deputy humorously, immediately connected with the advertising for this association, whose chairman Ulla Dieckmann was certainly happy to hear that.


The "Salon Ensemble" under the direction of Isabel Nißl (piano) played.

All guest speakers were refreshingly brief, including Vice District Administrator Franz Hofstetter, who recalled the difficult conditions under which this high school class had to work.

And he made an announcement as a representative of the material expenditure carrier: The school social work should be “adjusted to the necessary level.” However, he left open what that meant in concrete terms.


Parents' council chairman Markus Herz remarked on the career of the young people: "Of course, the parents interfered far too often." That was just the "so-called education".

There was quite a bit of cheerfulness.

And then there is the Internet, which knows everything, even if it is not always the right one.

"An analogue tip from the ancestors is sometimes quite good."


And then there was the vice-principal's classic graduation speech, who philosophized about the concept of the school-leaving certificate and repeated the words of the headmistress, who was ill at short notice.

"A high school diploma, that also has something to do with morals," he said, recalling virtues such as decency, but also believed that there was no "education to adapt".


It was fitting that the association gave special prizes to those students who had made a special contribution to the school community over the years: Lara Dimitri, Santiago Alexander Gómez, Christopher Greska, Sophia Große Wiesmann, Hye Yun Jong, Lara Kunisch, Emma Maier, Jason Poppel, Melissa Salz and Amelie Wadenspanner received these awards.

Ulla Dieckmann did this together with Deputy Mayor Petra Bauernfeind, who is also a representative of the association, in a surprisingly inconspicuous manner when the graduates left the stage after the actual awarding of their certificates.

The school designed this main act in such a way that the students who were still in school came on stage in groups of no more than three, across the red carpet.


Grabrucker recalled the upcoming school events: "We would be happy to see you again." He said this to the graduates, who were then allowed to be children again: everyone dropped the balloons with their good wishes on command parents take to the air.


The high school graduates: Santiago Alexander Gómez, Stephanie Ames, Sarah Antl, Pascal Auer, Robin Aytac, Jonas Baumgärtner, Judith Beilschmidt, Elias Berger, Lilian Bernstetter, Antonia Bertok, Samuel Beughold, Fabian Binder, Nina Bogenstätter, Alexander Böhme, Elisa Böning, Simone Böttcher, Julia Burger, Cecilia Bytyqi, Emre Çelik, Nicodemo Dannenmann, Annekatrin Dietel, Lara Dimitri, Flora Dreßler, Ingmar Dreßler, Tabea Eicher, Luca Elb, Smilla Esdar, Marco Feeß, Luke Feuser, Lenny Fini, Luis Fischer, Amelie Gebauer, Isabel Gereke, Vanessa Glasauer, Annalene Götz, Christopher Greska, Annika Gripp, Julia Groß, Sophia Große Wiesmann, Nicolas Gruber, Tabea Gruffke, Lisa Hausser, Bernhard Herkner, Marie-Christin Hermansdorfer, Jakob Hess, Eva Hinrichsen, Rebecca Hintermaier, Leopold Hirsch , Falk Hoffmann, Sara Holz, Niklas Hoppe, Hanna Hottinger,Benedikt Huber, Kilian Huber, Lena Huber, Simon Huber, Jakob Ilakovac, Thomas Jank, Nia Jaskola, Lena Jasper, Hye Yun Jong, Lea Kadavy, Anne Kaiser, Lucas Kastner, Simon Kehm, Burcin Kevioglu, Nick Kiesgen, Franziska Kieweg, Elias Koller, Amelie Kremp, Andrej Krempasky, Juliane Kreppold, Luisa Kronseder, Lara Kunisch, Leonie Kunkel, Lucas Lackner, Paula Lambacher, Lena Lanzinger, Christian Lanzl, Leander Lawniczak, Luis Lechner, Quirin Lerch, Moritz Linsmaier, Giovanni Lopez, Emma Maier, Nina Mann, Mathias Miltschew, Edis Mustafic, Sandra Nemeyer, Johannes Neueder, Dennis Neureder, Fenja Niedzwiedz, Michael Niewerth, Niclas Noll, Martina Panizza, Mariana Peña-Andrade, Gabriel Pisani, Jason Poppel, Lorena Reichenauer, Miriam Reitinger, Tim Renz, Nicole Richels, Andreas Riester, Annika Ritter, Quirin Rotter, Valentina Sailer, Melissa Salz,Matthias Salzbrenner, Miriam Schimper, Laura Schleider, Janne Schober, Josephine Schwaiger, Alexander Schwarz, Sophia Sepp, Laura Sickan, Felix Sigmund, Tom Simml, Zephirin Solter, Yannick Stahl, Forian Stieger, Katharina Strobel, Maxima Stübinger, Cecilia Szameitat, Eray Teke , Amely Thorne, Rebeka Toldy, Dominik Uhlenbrock, Esteban Ünol, Aaron Vaas, Vilem Vasicek, Amelie Wadenspanner, Tim Wahle, Milena Waldmann, Ben, Nick Wohlberg.Nick Wohlberg.Nick Wohlberg.

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Source: merkur

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