Between ordering a cap and gown and the ceremony invitations, senior year can seem to revolve around graduation. But much of the year is devoted to students selecting the next step to take after walking the line.
Aaron Vance isn’t taking his job as commencement speaker lightly. As Vance put it, he’s spending his last days of high school “thinking about the words that will push us into life.”
As students study for the last exams of their high school careers, the senior sponsors at local high schools are facing a test of their own — staging a commencement ceremony for hundreds of graduates.
The National FFA Organization’s motto is “learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.” Central Hardin High School’s FFA takes the “living to serve” part seriously.
Because it is an ensemble play, “Godspell” offers opportunities for actors to develop special skills, as Central Hardin High School students discovered when they presented the play earlier this month.
Students active in performing arts might be accustomed to conveying emotion on stage through their body language and facial expressions.
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