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Yumnah Shoaib

Seniors Nahomy Penate and Priscila Jasso hugging for what might be the last time they hangout together.

The class of 2023, having survived four intense years filled with pandemic woes, Zoom classes, and high school drama, bid farewell to their alma mater in a heartwarming event. On Thursday, May 25, the seniors gathered on the soccer field at 6:30 p.m. for one final moment together, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Mrs. Keri Lev and class president Alex Karten took charge of organizing the celebration, alongside help of Yearbook for distribution help and the PTSA.

The seniors had a say in the festivities, choosing the movie “Cars” through polls and class council meetings.

As the sun began its descent, painting the sky in hues of orange and pink, the seniors took their places on the soccer field. With yearbooks in hand, they shared heartfelt messages and moments together.  To make the night even more enjoyable, Mrs. Lev and her team arranged free snacks, candy, and drinks.

Adding an element of excitement, there was a raffle contest for gift cards. The lucky winners walked away with prizes, including Target and Starbucks.  Senior Priscila Jasso added on to this and said, “I wish I won, I would’ve liked to get some free coffee.”

Although some seniors left before the movie ended, the memories created during that magical evening would remain etched in their hearts forever.

As the sun dipped below the horizon, the class of 2023 said goodbye to their beloved high school and said hello to their bright futures.