Seniors Start Their Year off Strong

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Nate Lacey and Madalyn Murray holding balloons before the launch
Picture by Julie Shier

Nate Lacey and Madalyn Murray holding balloons before the launch Picture by Julie Shier

Nate Lacey and Madalyn Murray holding balloons before the launch Picture by Julie Shier

Carissma Coleman and Amaris Johnson

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Blue and gold balloons fill the sky as the seniors release them, starting their school year off. Phones are flashing, teens smiling, everyone gathering around lost for words even to believe that this will be their last year of high school. Mrs. Murray starts to speak to them about how they have to be getting prepared to get their senior colors and shirts made, and also planning their senior trip. As much as everyone is excited about all the activities happening, they also still have a way to before walking across that stage.

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