Transcript for Kids Battling Cancer Graduate From Kindergarten
Finally tonight here, our persons of the week. If you're a parent or grandparent, you know about the triumph when a child finishes kindergarten. Here from our little persons of the week. Class of 2016, the kindergarten class. 5 and 6-year-olds who did it. Does it feel like it's on there good? Reporter: Proud parents carefully putting on those caps. Perfect! Reporter: A smiling mom. The soon-to-be graduates and their younger siblings. 16 students lining up, without the classmates they thought be with, instead with the friends they've made. All of them at St. Jude children's research hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, in the classrooms set up there instead because all of these children have been battling cancer. What's the last one? Reporter: Many worried they'd miss out on graduation when they left their schools. But the team here, determined to give them their day. Sarah's daughter is graduating. To come here and have some kind of normalcy, I can say, helped out a lot. âª . Reporter: The moment arrived in their white caps and gowns. A sort of kindergarten diploma. The class of 2016! E. Reporter: And after ward, little mack sharing with us the good news. The graduated. Now I gro to the first grade place. Reporter: And A.J., with the most important message for everyone? Learning to be nice. Reporter: Travis, his favorite part? Having fun. And being healthy. Reporter: Enter when he grows up? A fireman. I want to save people. Reporter: Tonight, we celebrate 16 graduates on their way. And so we choose the kindergarten graduates at St. Jude's hospital. Got to love mack. He graduated, he told us. We will see you back here Monday.
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