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Sixty-five Present Senior Projects
June 6, 2014By Donald Clark of Greene Central High School
Sixty-five Greene Central High School seniors presented their senior projects, a requirement for graduation, at Greene Central on Thursday, May 29th.
Presenting the senior project is only a small piece of the puzzle. Seniors must create a portfolio, complete many hours of community service, and design a physical project or documentary to accompany a Keynote presentation.
Seniors enrolled in English 12 work on their project all semester. Teachers are instrumental in helping their students create the best project they possibly can.
“I believe in my students from day one of class, but it takes until boards night to realize they could be successful in this task,” said English 12 teacher Lucerito Sanchez.
“It was hard to stay focused on my senior project with so many things happening at the end of the year,” said senior Abram Walker. “It was also hard to get out there and do it.”
“It was a bit stressful because for the first time, I had to manage everything by myself, but the experience and tools I got from the senior project will help me in the future,” commented T.J. Edwards.
Many seniors return from summer break believing that their senior year was going to be a breeze, but in actuality senior year can be the hardest one of all.
“I never thought that the senior project was going to be as difficult as it was; it took a lot of hard time and effort to do this project,” commented senior Tyler Griffin. “I do think that I struggled the most because of having senioritis, but I realized that I wasn’t going to graduate if I didn’t get it together.”