WESTBROOK, Minnesota (STPNS) -- WWG — Sunday afternoon 42 seniors will put on gowns, mortar board caps, flowers will be pinned and the past 13 years of education will come to a close. The special day will be filled with emotions of joy and sadness as the senior class will do its final exercise as the class of 2012.
Ceremonies begin in the high school gymnasium May 20, at 2:00 p.m.
The Prelude will be played by Kaylee Mischke.
The seniors will march in two by two to the strains of Ployhar & Elgar’s Fanfare and Processional played by the WWG band under the direction of Brenda Derickson. The band will then play the National Anthem, following that the band will play the school song, Go U Northwestern.
Next on the program is the senior slide show produced by Amelia Malmberg, Felicia Cohrs, Jamie Olson, and Micaela Grams.
Senior speakers Katlyn Dusek and Tong Vang will give their reflections of their journey to graduation.
The vocal number Live Your Dream will be performed by the high school choir. It will be followed by the Senior Ensemble performing Lean on Me.
Next on the program the high school band will perform Carry on Wayward Son.
Principal William Richards will then introduce the High Honor students.
Superintendent Loy Woelber will introduce the commencement speaker, Joshua Barron.
After the commencement address, Mr. Richards will introduce the graduating class. School board chairperson, Eugene Kronback will present diploma’s to the graduating class.
The class will then file out of the gymnasium and form a reception line outside the school, weather permitting.
The class flower is the Florists Calla and the class colors are Purple, and Silver.
Class Motto: We could learn a lot from crayons, some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull, while others are bright, some have weird names, but they all learned to live together in the same box. — Robert Fulghum.
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