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The Statesmen Supply Store now offers a new ring toss game, where students pay one dollar for a chance to win prizes. “We wanted something fun for students to get involved with since our sales are pretty low,” senior and store vendor Annaliese Wan said.
Members of the band surprise director Paul Vesilind with a song following their spring concert to celebrate his 10 year anniversary as director. “Mr. V loves band and music,” senior Joe Kwartin said. “I hope he will continue to take the band to places it’s never been.”
Girls varsity tennis advances to the state championships by beating Madison High School 5-1. “This victory was so satisfying because last year we lost to [Madison] this same round,” senior and tennis athlete Cate McMahon said. “It’s really nice to see the team improve.”
With graduation approaching, 30 seniors with overdue library books may not be able to get their cap and gown. “By the time we give out cap and gowns, that number will probably go down half, then that day they will take care of it,” librarian Krissy Ronan said.