Baccalaureate ceremony this Sunday
by Lauren Wood, Special to TCR
May 21, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County High School’s baccalaureate ceremony is this Sunday, May 25, and the senior class representatives have been working on finalizing plans for a little over a month now. They have been making all the decisions for speakers, music and everything in between.

These representatives include President Brittany Rexing, Vice President Terah Goins, Secretary Elizabeth Dunn and Reporter Lauren Wood.

This year’s speakers for the ceremony include Mary Ann Lander and Bro. Kevin Roberts. Prayers will be led by students Matt Ladd and Kegan Davis and music is going to be provided from Crossroads Fellowship Church.

In addition to the traditional services of baccalaureate, Principal Neal Cummins wanted to add a graduation-esque feel to the evening this year for the five seniors that will not be home to participate in the traditional graduation ceremony on May 30. On May 28, Kim Hanberry, Kandice Burkeen, Matt Gardner, Andrea De La Hoz, and Rachel Gaskey will be boarding a plane to Europe and the TCHS administration wanted to be able to give them as much of a graduation experience as they could. Since diplomas cannot be officially handed out until May 30, fake diplomas will be given to these students, mostly as a photo opportunity for parents, and they will be recognized at baccalaureate since they won’t be at graduation.

See The Cadiz Record's graduation coverage throughout the month of May for more on this story.
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