Seniors get a hoo-rah on their last day: Photo of the Day 5/23/17

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Seniors get a hoo-rah on their last day: Photo of the Day 5/23/17

Juniors Dustin Barnes, Albert Burdette, and Brian McCuller crash the seniors party with driving their tractors to school

Juniors Dustin Barnes, Albert Burdette, and Brian McCuller crash the seniors party with driving their tractors to school

MaryEllen Newcomb

Juniors Dustin Barnes, Albert Burdette, and Brian McCuller crash the seniors party with driving their tractors to school

MaryEllen Newcomb

MaryEllen Newcomb

Juniors Dustin Barnes, Albert Burdette, and Brian McCuller crash the seniors party with driving their tractors to school

by Lourdes Jack, Reporter

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After four long years, Class of 2017 is now leaving their memories at the door as they finish out their last day of high school.  With everyone going to different colleges, today is a day for them to relax and hang out with each other–except in some classes where students are taking finals.  Congratulations from underclassmen who shouted throughout the halls along with them, keeping an eye out for the seniors pranks.

Three junior drove their tractors to school, a long-standing tradition.  Mrs. MaryEllen Newcomb, English teacher, chatted with them and took several photos.  These juniors who are crashing the senior party are Dustin Barnes, Albert Burdette, and Brian McCuller.

“After my last day today, I am going to have get a job for this summer to save up money for college. I also need the money for the  vacation I am going on,” said senior Sydney Rossman.

Students and staff came into the school parking lot today to see a groups of seniors standing near the entrance sign playing corn hole and blasting music before the school day started. How the chickens crossed the road into the athletic hallway, we will never know.

“With hanging out in the parking lot today with my friends, to watching the senior pranks. I can honestly say that I am going to miss my high school years,” said senior Brandon Cooper.

Without the class of 2017 the halls won’t be as crowded and the tables at lunch just won’t be full. Have fun at graduation, and farewell to Linganore’s Class of 2017.

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