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Senior Breakfast 2015

Always Look on the Bright Side of Life!

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Parents transform school cafeteria into bright breakfast buffet.

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In a final act of revenge before graduation, the graduating Class of 2015 blocked the halls in front of the cafeteria for none other than the Senior Breakfast. When the doors finally opened, the seniors flooded into a cafeteria that seemed almost unrecognizable. Streamers, balloons, and brightly colored tablecloths almost seemed to consume the cafeteria and turn it into one neon- colored mass strewn about with breakfast foods that underclassmen could only dream about that morning. The hard work of the volunteers and faculty really shone through to make the theme of “a bright future ahead” truly come to life at the 2015 Senior Breakfast.

After the breakfast, the seniors were then sent to the auditorium to view the senior video compiled by Mrs. Veitch and Rachel Melchionna (12); the video included all the photos of the current senior class gathered over their entire high school experience. From the first day of freshmen year, to senior prom this video showcased all of the precious memories made by the Class of 2015. Although the video compiles so many different memories, for any senior there are always a few that leave their lasting mark.

Anna Choquette (12) describes her fondest memories as being from the Marian theatre, whether she was onstage or backstage, and says that the hardest part about leaving Marian will be leaving all of the people that she has met while making these memories. Choquette explains, “When I leave Marian, I know I’m going to miss all of the friends I made during my high school experience, but I’m also going to miss the people from my class in general. Even if they weren’t my close friends, everyone in this class was so great and I’m glad I was able to spend my senior year with all of them.”

Although leaving behind so many memories will be sad, that doesn’t mean that the senior class hasn’t been waiting anxiously for the day of graduation to come. In all this excitement, the thought of finally reaching this pinnacle moment can seem almost surreal, especially when the end of the school year can be so rushed. But the relaxation and rewards that come at the end of senior year are definitely well-deserved, as this year can be especially challenging. Sometimes the challenge can be the transition to more honors and AP classes, but the biggest challenge for most seniors is avoiding a deadly case of senioritis, as looming thoughts of graduation can make it easy to forget that you have a four-page paper due Monday.

Nevertheless, it’s wonderful to see all of the seniors have such a great beginning to their sendoff at the senior breakfast. Surely, this breakfast will be another lasting memory added to the senior class as they move on from Marian and into the bright futures that lie ahead for each and every one of them. Here’s hoping that the memories they make in the near future will be as sweet as the waffles they enjoyed in the cafeteria!

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