Class of 2017: Journalism students write their last day of school in the books

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Class of 2017: Journalism students write their last day of school in the books

Celebrating their last day are students: Tory Spruill, Sydney Rossman, Mallory Maher, Grace Weaver, Sylvia Nelson, Brandon Cooper, and Garrett Wiehler.

Celebrating their last day are students: Tory Spruill, Sydney Rossman, Mallory Maher, Grace Weaver, Sylvia Nelson, Brandon Cooper, and Garrett Wiehler.

Emily Reed

Celebrating their last day are students: Tory Spruill, Sydney Rossman, Mallory Maher, Grace Weaver, Sylvia Nelson, Brandon Cooper, and Garrett Wiehler.

Emily Reed

Emily Reed

Celebrating their last day are students: Tory Spruill, Sydney Rossman, Mallory Maher, Grace Weaver, Sylvia Nelson, Brandon Cooper, and Garrett Wiehler.

by Emily Reed, Managing Editor

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After a long year of working tirelessly, seniors in journalism are ready to write their last year in high school in the archives.

Among some of their favorite high school memories, Mallory Maher enjoyed “going to pep rallies with friends.” She will be going to Frederick Community College.  She hopes to transfer to a four-year school in New York City. She loves communications and media.

Grace Weaver‘s favorite part of high school was “winning a playoff game against Seneca Valley in lacrosse.” Weaver will be attending Hood College and will play soccer for the Blazers.

Sydney Rossman‘s best memory was “going to states for Unified Bocce Ball.” She will be attending Slippery Rock University.

And finally, Garrett Wiehler enjoyed “having Mrs. Rebetsky in his first class freshman year and his last class senior year.” Wiehler will be going to American University.

On behalf of the newspaper staff, thank you seniors for your contributions to the newspaper. Whether it was your first year or you’re editor-in-chief, your valuable input will be missed.

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