Teachers and Staff: Parting Messages to Seniors

Brooke Benne, Reporter/Anchor

 Before seniors graduate on June 5, faculty and staff share their parting advice.  

“[The class of 2022] has been one of the hardest working crews I’ve had in a long time… You guys work, and I really enjoyed all my classes this year. I’m going to miss you,” English teacher James Andrzejewski said. 

Timberland’s traditional senior BBQ will be after the mandatory graduation practice on June 3. It will be supervised by members of faculty and staff. 

“Seniors, my advice is to travel and take those chances. Take those opportunities. Don’t give up and stay strong,” business teacher Kellie Trussell said. 

“Have fun! You have the rest of your life to adult, and adulting is not that exciting,” English teacher Corinne Drozkowski said.

Seniors last day is May 27. Graduation is June 5 at the Family Arena in St. Charles at 6p.m.