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Senior Sunrise

Seniors attend the Senior Sunrise event, sponsored by StuCo, to kick of their final year of high school.

Seniors attend the Senior Sunrise event, sponsored by StuCo, to kick of their final year of high school.

Clayton Herbst

Seniors attend the Senior Sunrise event, sponsored by StuCo, to kick of their final year of high school.

Clayton Herbst

Clayton Herbst

Seniors attend the Senior Sunrise event, sponsored by StuCo, to kick of their final year of high school.

Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

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Clayton Herbst
Seniors attend the Senior Sunrise event, sponsored by StuCo, to kick off their final year of high school.

Senior sunrise was held September 7 on the football field. Designed as a chance to get all of the senior class together, StuCo served donuts and all attempted to watch what ultimately became a cloudy, overcast sunrise. 

“I went to the senior sunrise, because it is a cool way to spend time with people in my grade. Also, because they were giving out donuts… The point was to make memories with seniors while we are still all in school together,” senior Allison Baltz said.

This annual activity was run by the school’s student council.

“You go through four, maybe more years of school with these people, and this is the last year we have together. It was nice to rekindle those kinds of relationships. It was another reminder that I am graduating in June, and I will be an actual adult,” senior Ashton Rogers said.

Other seniors, like Phoebe Jean, did not go to the senior sunrise because of scheduling conflicts.

“I was really busy in the morning, but I wanted to go so bad. It seemed like a lot of fun and they also had donuts. It would have been a nice way to rekindle some relationships and get to know some more people in my grade… It is such a wake up call that I am graduating in less than a year,” Jean said.

 There are free donuts and only seniors were allowed to participate.

“Next fall we are all going our separate ways, so it is nice to be able to create these memories to look back on,” Baltz said.

 

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Ryan Fredrick, Reporter

Hi, I’m Ryan Fredrick, and I am a goofy weirdo.

My passion is comedy and making people laugh. When I get out of school, I plan on being an entertainer....

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