Senior Project Presentations

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Senior Project Presentations

Nyah Sanders and Joshua Warlick

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In order to pass 12th Grade English, all students must complete the Senior Project.

Seniors had to pick any topic of their choice for their presentations. The essays had to be 3-5 pages long, and for the Honors class, it had to 5-7 pages. Also, they have to create a poster board, with pictures and a brief explanation of the pictures on their posters.

Seniors presented in class and at the Senior Project Presentation Fair Days.  Seniors had to dress business casual for all days they were presenting. Some topics of the presentations were concussions in football, distracted driving, sign language, honor killings etc.

These presentations were presented in the library at Clintondale High School, on May 15 and May 16, 2018, for all student, teachers, and anyone who was willing to watch the presentations.

Nyah Sanders, Reporter

Nyah is a senior at Clintondale.  Her favorite colors are red and black, and she plans on going to college for Psychology.

Joshua Warlick, Reporter

Joshua is in the 12th grade at Clintondale.  He plays football on the varsity team, and he likes working out, playing football, and playing the game.

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