Kennedy Tetour

Some of the seniors on the Messenger staff have been involved in the paper since its first year; others just joined this semester. Each one has impacted the publication in an impactful way.

The final edit

The seniors of that make up Messenger’s staff share their thoughts, experiences and wisdom on their final days as high school students

Two seniors sit next to each other in their first period class on the first day of school. One sits quietly, worried about the expectations that come with being a senior and the other stressors of the final year of high school. The other sits chatting with friends nearby, excited to finally be back in person after a year and a half absence and ready to enjoy their final year of high school. 

The Class of 2022 has had many ups and downs throughout their high school careers. With their sophomore and junior years being partly online due to the pandemic, and having to miss many key events, it hasn’t been the typical high school years everyone expected. These seniors from the Messenger share their personal take on their high school experiences.

Kyla Henige
Kylie Chisamore
Bee Myers
Bri Quast

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