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Seniors: Things to Look Forward to in May

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Aditi Mittal, Reporter

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With only one month left of school, there are tons of things to look forward to, seniors. Here’s a list of all of the events to get you pumped for the rest of the year.

 

May 9 – Prom

Prom, the most magical night of a girl’s high school career. With this year’s theme as Arabian Nights, you and your friends are sure to have a blast with amazing decorations, delicious dinner, and fun dancing. It will surely be a night to remember.

 

May 16-17 – Senior Lock-in

Pajamas, music, braiding hair, junk food. What could be better than a sleepover with all of your Presentation sisters? Ms. Cannizzaro has a spectacular night planned for all of you seniors, filled with many surprises. Get ready for a fun-filled night with minimal sleeping.

 

May 19 – Senior Awards

You’ve all experienced the awards ceremony every year, but always from the bleachers or the left side of the gym, watching as the seniors walked up to receive their awards. Now, it is your turn to be honored for your achievements and cheer on your classmates as they are awarded as well.

 

May 20 – Senior Dinner

Senior dinner provides another opportunity for you to bond with your friends, reflecting on memories from the past four years while being served a delicious dinner. The highlight of this night is a slideshow of pictures and videos of the class of 2015. You might even find yourself tearing up during this trip down memory lane.

 

May 29 – Class Day

Seniors, this is your last day of school at Presentation High School, and the whole day is centered around you. With a mass held in your honor, blessings from the entire school, and a sweet farewell from the faculty, you will undoubtedly feel like all of the blood, sweat, and tears shed these past four years have ultimately been worth it. Additionally, enjoy the class skits and the entertainment. Hopefully that Spirit Trophy will be awarded to you, and the rest of of the school will hail the class of 2015.

 

May 30 – Graduation

Graduation, the day you have been awaiting for, perhaps, all four years has finally arrived. You have survived all of the curves thrown at you by high school, and have a diploma to show for it. Stand tall and smile in your royal blue cap and gown, as this day initiates the journey to the rest of your lives.

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