Seniors: End of the Year Activities
It was another memorable year for our seniors as they prepared for their transition into the adult world whether they were headed off to college, the military, or the workforce. In between the tasks that were necessary, we made sure that the seniors also commemorated their transition with plenty of fun, as the memories with those they grew up with are important as well. Their last week began with a senior trip to Hershey Park. It was a rain or shine kind of event, in which it indeed rained, but the seniors and chaperones made the best of it and didn’t let it ruin their fun. The following day it was onto graduation practice where many of the senior parents provided a spread of breakfast items to get them through the rehearsal. While the seniors took the practice seriously, the atmosphere was light and full of joy as the prospective graduation night loomed ahead. Group pictures were taken and then it was on to the elementary school for the first annual Graduation Walk. The seniors were all smiles as their younger peers and former teachers applauded them as they made their rounds. A quick stop at the playground was a must, just to grab a quick picture and to remind them that life can still be a playground at times. Seniors then enjoyed a picnic lunch at the town pavilion with some of the town’s elders at the “Seniors with Seniors” luncheon. We were glad that seniors were able to enjoy some of their last moments together as the Class of 2023 before they headed their separate ways.
Graduates took a walk through TES before walking the stage.
Senior fun at Hershey Park.
Seniors with Seniors Picnic at the town pavilion.
A group picture in front of the JSHS.
Seniors on the TES playground.