HHS Students Graduate with Honors
As the schoolyear comes to an end, Hennessey honored many students with awards and scholarships. The ceremony was held Friday, May 3, at the school’s auditorium. Among those honored were Valedictorians Sarai Orozco, Karissa Heath, Bailea Fuksa, Zane Hugaboom, Garrett Lough and Joseph Matousek. Also honored was Salutatorian, Callie Seiger. Honor Program graduates receiving accolades at the ceremony were Hugo Rodriguez, Cooper Fuksa and Christian Perez. Each credited their success to someone else, and each had advice to offer up-andcoming seniors.
The two Valedictorians who will speak at the graduation are Heath and Orozco. They each cited teachers as being their mentors throughout high school. Heath stated that algebra teacher, Tammie Broomfield, was a mother figure for her, putting her on the best path for success. Orozco stated that algebra teacher, Raeanna Johnson, gave students lessons in leadership that they will take with them.
Bailey Fuksa credited two people for inspiring her and always being there for her: school counselor, Jill Moery, and English teacher, Amy Rawlings. She advised future seniors to focus on their path, help others and perform community service, stating that what you give to life is what you get back.
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