Clinton School’s OWL program held its end-of-school-year program last Wednesday, May 9. The program bid farewell to graduating students who particpated in both work and learning opportunities. The program, one of 15 pilot programs in the state, is expected to grow in the district next year, reflecting its success. “Some people stand alone in the darkness while others shine in the bright light,” student Camron Cullum said, accepting an award. Parents in attendance praised the program for the difference in made for students.