It’s hard to believe that not only is the 2020-21 school year coming to a close, but that we’re also getting ready to say goodbye to our seniors.
We know that it’s been a challenging 15 months for the Class of 2021 and their families, as we have navigated our way through the pandemic. This was not the senior year they expected, and it’s not the senior year they deserved. But with the changing COVID regulations and the pandemic slowly fading away, we will be offering our senior families more in the way of in-person celebrations than we were able to last year.
We are providing our senior families with an update following our most recent Senior Class meeting on May 18 so that we can make sure you have the information you need to plan ahead as you close out this important chapter of your lives.
Monday, June 21 – School Parade: If caps and gowns are not delivered by this date, seniors will be encouraged to wear attire that represents their future plans as they parade before staff, faculty and younger students. The parade may be outdoors or indoors, depending on the weather.
Tuesday, June 22 – Senior Picnic: The Class of 2021 will board buses in the morning and head to Glimmerglass State Park, where activities will include fishing and swimming. Food options are still under consideration.
Wednesday, June 23 – Baccalaureate: An event organized by local churches to recognize the Class of 2021 will be held in the evening.
Saturday, June 26 – Graduation: Final details on graduation are still being determined. We wish to maximize the number of possible attendees and holding the event at the school will allow for both indoor and outdoor options with the greatest number of people allowed under state regulations.
Still in planning
A community parade is possible, but details are still being looked at.
Senior lawn signs are expected to be finalized soon.
Senior portraits will be going up on the school’s digital outdoor sign.
Thank you for your patience as we strive to deliver a memorable experience for the Class of 2021 and their families.