Pribil moves forward despite COVID-19 pandemic
Many of us can remember the excitement and anticipation we had as high school seniors waiting for graduation. When you’re a senior in high school, graduation is a big time event.
For the Class of 2020, graduation, and school itself, was turned upside down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. At one time, nobody even knew if there would be a graduation.
One Hennessey student has pushed forward with her plans the best she could, and even took the time to share her experience in dealing with the pandemic.
Elizabeth Pribil is not just any ordinary high school senior. Pribil’s record as a student at Hennessey High School is exceptional.
Pribil will graduate this year as one of seven Valedictorians in the Hennessey Eagle’s Class of 2020. She spent her entire high school years on the superintendent’s honor roll, and finished as the top student in her class in biology and U.S. history and government.
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