Friday, July 30, 2021

Graduation Cap’s

By: Peyton Gelinger/ Sports and News Content Manager

Graduation is coming up very quickly! Covid has taken many things away from the Senior class of 2021 this year, but they are coming out stronger than ever. 

This year, the students can put their little spin on their graduation by decorating their graduation caps.  They have the freedom to decorate them however they feel would look best (as long as it is school-appropriate). 

Students can receive their caps on May 27th. They can bring their caps to graduation rehearsal on June 10th or anytime before that at school so that their designs can be approved by Mrs. Webster. Make sure that you bring your caps to the practice, they have to be approved to be worn to graduation. 

Decorating the caps is optional to the students, but make sure that if you can to start brainstorming ideas and start decorating your caps. Bring your creativity to graduation and have fun with one of the last tasks you have as a High School Senior. 

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Peyton Gelinger
Peyton Gelinger is a senior in High School. She is a player for the blue ridge Lady raiders varsity  volleyball team and a competitive dancer. When she is not busy doing her school work along with sports Peyton loves to spend time with her family and friends. She planes to attend college to major is Sociology / Human services At Indiana University Of Pennsylvania. 

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