Seniors Hold Carnival to Celebrate Last Days of Class

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Last week marked the end of an era for the class of 2019, as it was the last week of classes before senior search.

The senior class celebrated by having a carnival on Thursday morning while the underclassmen took their AIR tests.

The carnival included games such as badminton and football.

Student organizers provided free snacks, candy, desserts and drinks for the seniors.

But perhaps the main event of the carnival was the petting zoo.

Animals such as goats, snakes and even a llama were showcased as the seniors got to pet and hold all of the animals.

This was a fun and relaxing way for the seniors to finish off their high school careers.

Most of the seniors decided to show off by wearing their college gear, letting everyone know what their future would hold.

The carnival was good because it was the last time to be with everyone who you’ve been going to school with for a long time.”

— Senior Matt Hardy

One of those seniors, Madison McShepard, helped organize the carnival.

McShepard, who is attending Penn State next fall, says she first thought of doing either a petting zoo or a cookout.

“I wanted a petting zoo and a cookout, so I decided to just make it into a carnival,” she said.

McShepard felt this would be a perfect way for the senior class to bond and create one last memory.

“Everyone really had fun too,” she said.

Senior Matt Hardy, who is attending Ohio State University-Mansfield next fall, also said the carnival was a fun way to end high school with his classmates.

“It was good to be around everyone one last time on the grass and in the nice weather,” he said.

“The carnival was good because it was the last time to be with everyone who you’ve been going to school with for a long time,” he added.

 

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