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Class Day honors seniors

The Class of 2019 continued graduation festivities with Class Day on Wednesday, May 29.

The Class of 2019 continued graduation festivities with Class Day on Wednesday, May 29.

IMAGE / Grant Sterling

The Class of 2019 continued graduation festivities with Class Day on Wednesday, May 29.

IMAGE / Grant Sterling

IMAGE / Grant Sterling

The Class of 2019 continued graduation festivities with Class Day on Wednesday, May 29.

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Parents, students, and teachers gathered to send off the Class of 2019 on Class Day, Wednesday, May 29.

Mr. Matt Moore, assistant principal, began the festivities by honoring seniors who plan to serve in the military.

Seniors Colton Joesph, Alycia Machuk, Zachary Moore, and Beau Signer all enlisted in the Navy.

A few seniors performed in front of their fellow graduates and underclassmen, including seniors Chloe Clarambeau, Niccos Patrick, Leah Williams, Audriana Counelis, and Erekle Gundishvili.

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Senior Chloe Clarambeau performed the song “I Hope You Dance” during Class Day on Wednesday, May 29.

Clarambeau amazed the crowd with a rendition of “I Hope You Dance” by Lee Ann Womack.

Patrick sang “Home” to a cheering and screaming crowd.

Shocking students with her vocal abilities, Williams performed “High School” by Kelsea Ballerini.

Counelis played the piano while she belted out “These Are the Days of Our Lives” by Queen.

Last but not least, Gundishvili’s performance on the piano wowed the audience. He played with passion without the aid of sheet music.

Parts of the senior skit were shown between performances.

This year’s skit was inspired by time traveling.

Senior Tyler Gronauer starred in the skit, finding a watch that allowed him to travel through time.

He is seen traveling back in time to when some of the teachers were younger.

The skit portrayed many habits and mannerisms of teachers.

The skit also featured “Kelly’s Corner,” a fake YouTube series starring senior Seth Wills as Mr. Kelly Christian, chemistry teacher.

Wills made sounds in a microphone to experiment with ASMR, made a music video for “Old Town Road” with senior Bo Taylor, and threw cheese at Mr. Rob Markwardt, history teacher.

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