Senior reflects on WCSD
As my senior year comes to a close, I am in disbelief over how fast the last thirteen years have passed. Starting my path in the Wooster City Schools District as a short and frightened little kindergartener, I can say that this district has been and will always be my home. Saying goodbye is not easy with the innumerable memories I have made here.
I will never forget the start of my first day of kindergarten, walking down the foreign realms of an over decorated elementary school with my enormous backpack.
I will never forget the last day of 6th grade, walking and being clapped out that same hallway for the last time.
I will never forget that awkward time in middle school when…enough said.
I will never forget the first day of my freshman year, getting lost on the way to half of my classes and then later accidentally walking into the wrong bathroom.
I will never forget performing the national anthem with the marching band at Fenway Park sophomore year.
I will never forget the excitement of winning the NEGC League with my gymnastics team freshman and senior year.
I will never forget those bright and early hours spent on a speech bus listening to “Lip Gloss.” I will never forget the big band dance, for it truly is the “best night of the year.”
These memories have molded my high school experience into the best roller coaster I could ride. I am beyond thankful for every single activity in which I have participated for all the friendships made, lessons learned, and experiences I simply will never forget.