By Kate Harris,
HUB Staff Writer–
On Wednesday, April 17, the sophomores and juniors took their first STAR tests as the seniors filed into the Richard Brunelle Performing Arts Theater for the second full class senior assembly at 10:15 in the morning.
The assembly lasted about 45 minutes and consisted of filling out permanent address cards, choosing two tachers who they would like to talk at graduation and a form for Naviance telling which schools they got into and which ones they didn’t.
Sugal Sutter, senior class president, started out the assembly by telling the seniors that it was a good thing that so many showed up, and then moved on to talk about the remaining senior events this year.
Student Government president Adam King talked about powderpuff, the flag football game between senior girls and junior girls. Vice-principal Tom McHale talked about graduation and graduation tickets. Georg Rosenblum discussed graduation night and all the prizes and the prices that the night entails.
Jostens made an appearance to tell the senior class that they can pick up caps and gowns tomorrow, April 18, on the quad between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Senior Jasreet Gill, a member of the LEAD class, thought that the assembly was a good use of time.
“It was very informative, and Sugal was very charismatic which was nice,” Gill said.
Although there were attempts to make the assembly more worthwhile, like raffles for prom tickets and grad night tickets, as well as throwing out t-shirts into the crowd, some students still think that the assembly wasn’t worth going to.
“I thought it wasn’t a good use of my time, and that they could have sent that info out in a letter or something,” senior Curtis Loy said.
As the school year ends, the assembly helped prove to the senior class that although they are almost to the end, there are still a lot of events and activities left to participate in.