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Kissing classmates

Dane Fillmer, 17, gets a kiss from Haley Vaughan, 17, before the couple is separated by last name before J.W. Mitchell High graduation at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa Saturday, May 31, 2014.
JOHN PENDYGRAFT  |  Times

Dane Fillmer, 17, gets a kiss from Haley Vaughan, 17, before the couple is separated by last name before J.W. Mitchell High graduation at the USF Sun Dome in Tampa Saturday, May 31, 2014. JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times

JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times

Dane Fillmer, 17, gets a kiss from Haley Vaughan, 17, before the couple is separated by last name before J.W. Mitchell High School's graduation Saturday at the University of South Florida Sun Dome in Tampa. It's graduation season across the Tampa Bay area and students are putting on their caps and gowns and receiving their diplomas before they head on to the next phases of their lives.

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