Road to Graduation

Carmen Stanisa
Students also got fitted for class rings.

Aaron Wagner & Michelle Fisher, Pollsters

For the class of 2016, the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel is getting closer and closer with each passing day.

This past Tuesday the idea of graduation became a bit more of a reality when seniors were measured for their caps and gowns.

Did this event stir up emotions in any of the seniors?  We checked in with a few of them to get a gauge on their sentimental feelings.

Q:  Did you have any sentimental feelings about getting fitted for caps and gowns?

A:  “Yeah, I want to graduate.”  -Dan Richardson

A:  “A little bit.  I am happy and sad.  Sad that time is going fast but happy that I am going on to do new things.” -Nate Myers

A:  “Yes.  I’m sad that everyone is moving on to different places.  I’m going to miss them.”  -Katie Sanford

A:  “Yes.  It’s exciting but also sad because our time is almost done.”  -Ryan Reagan

A: “No.  I want to be done.  I don’t care.” -Alyssa Shade

A: “No.  Why? I don’t really care.  I hate it here.” -Abby Wright

A: “No, It’s just the last thing I’m getting besides a diploma.  I’m super glad.” -Nick Bradford

A: “I can’t wait to leave.  And I lost six pounds and gained an inch.” – Makayla Alicea