Senior Staff Members’ Last Words



Pictured from left to right: Hanna La Londe, Reilly Wiscombe, Juliane Francia, Kelsey Eisenbarger, Hallie Fitzsimmons, Isaiah McKay, Kaylyn Olson

Juliane Francia

One week. One week in this school is all that is left for the class of 2015. We’ve come a long way and we sure have learned a lot, but before we leave forever, we have a few words of advice.

Here are the final remarks from the 2014-2015 senior staff members:

Hanna La Londe

If there were words to describe what high school has meant to me, I would write a novel. I’ve learned what kind of person I want to be and what kind of person I don’t want to be. I hope that future generations can experience the bond I’ve made with my graduating class through the highs and lows we’ve all been through. God bless and do your homework.

Hallie Fitzsimmons

It’s been good, but I’m glad it’s ending. I’ve learned a lot of life skills and made a lot of fun memz. My advice is to take a lot of fun classes and find your interests. Try to succeed in high school even though it may suck sometimes. Good luck to anyone who takes Dercher’s class 🙂

Kaylyn Olson

I would just like to thank Gill and Morgan (aka Mom and Dad) for being the best teachers and brightening my days. To next year’s seniors – don’t take anything for granted and don’t wish away senior year, because you’ll regret it. Thanks for the memories, West. Goodbye.

Isaiah McKay

I have no words to describe how I feel. To the children who will follow in our foot steps – do not miss out on getting involved and attending events. High school is what you make it, so do what you want and be whoever you want to be. Peace, love, conboobment media.

Kelsey Eisenbarger

High school can be some of the best or worst years of your life. It’s all about what you make out of it. My advice is to get involved and truly enjoy the time you’re given here. West is such a special place and I am grateful that I had the opportunity to call it home for the past four years.

Reilly Wiscombe

It’s been a fast four years, but I can honestly say I’ve enjoyed the experience. The friends and memories I’ve made will stick with me forever. The best advice I can give is to put yourself out there and be open to try new things.  I’m proud to say that I’ll forever be a Viking.

Juliane Francia

I would like to end my final column by saying that it’s been a good ride here at SMW. West is an amazing school and I could not have imagined going anywhere else. The things I’ve learned, people I’ve met, and memories I’ve made will stay with me forever. And as we always say, once a Viking, always a Viking.

Signing off for the last time,