By Madi Brown
The lockers are emptied, the finals are closing and the scrap booking is over. For the past few years, many English teachers have required that the seniors in their classes make a scrapbook. Continue reading Scrapbook project allows seniors to reflect
By Rachel Lamb
Green caps and gowns are everywhere in sight. Over 400 chairs are lined up. Students are anxiously awaiting for their name to be called. The day is coming and graduation is almost here. However, their education has not ended, or has it?
According to classroom.synonym.com, only 68 percent of high school graduates attend college directly out of high school. Other students choose a different future for themselves.
By Rachel Lamb
As 12 seniors began to make their way down to the dance floor at prom on Saturday, excitement filled the crowd. Only two would be crowned prom king and queen 2014.
Nothing was stopping seniors Seth Jenkins and Michelle Carpenter from taking away the title and putting a crown on a three-year relationship.
“I had been hoping it was coming, just because we have been dating for three years,” said Carpenter.
Jenkins agreed with her statement about their relationship.
“We’ve been together for long time, so it made sense to me.”
However, neither of them said they were expecting what was coming. It came more as a shock, when they heard their names announced.
“I could not really believe that we had won, but it is an amazing feeling,” said Carpenter.
It came mostly as a surprise for Jenkins.
“It was a surprise for me for sure, and of course Michelle was much more excited with her being a girl. Most girls dream about that and all.”
Jenkins also added how he felt about being named prom king 2014.
“It felt awesome, I was so very happy on the nomination and I was even happier for her nomination. The nomination of the both of us really made it awesome. It was a great way to end senior year.”