There was pomp. And there were plenty of circumstances.

The Fairfield High School Class of 2021 survived two academic years fraught with fear and uncertainty during the worst pandemic in a century. District Superintendent Michael P. Adamek had previously announced his resignation, effective this October. Despite any potential distractions, the focus was squarely on the 72 graduates who received their diplomas in a packed auditorium on Wednesday evening.

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