The New Haven High School seniors decorated the senior hallway for Christmas on Friday, November 30. Every year, the seniors decorate their hallway with lights and trees. This year, they all worked together to bring in Christmas decorations, and together they took wrapping paper and other decorations to make their lockers unique to their own personalities.
The seniors got out of their third and fourth hour classes Friday, and they spent that time putting up the “senior tree” as well as all the other decorations. The “senior tree” was placed in the hallway, and it was decorated with ornaments and pictures of the seniors as kids. Lights were strung along the ceiling going down the hallway. Levi Schroeder played Christmas music for the occasion. Kamryn Poe brought in cookies for the entire class to enjoy.
A couple of the seniors shared their favorite experiences from the day.
When Mikayla Maloney was asked, she said, “I enjoyed decorating my locker, even though it was very frustrating. Also, I love the Christmas tree that has all our baby pictures on it.”
Makenzie Munsinger stated, “My favorite part of the whole thing was coming together as a class to decorate the big tree in the cafeteria.”
Grace Soete said, “Obviously it was great that we got out of class, but the whole thing was fun. We got to listen to Christmas music and spend time with our friends getting into the Christmas spirit.”
“I had a lot of fun, even though I needed help because I am too short to reach the top of my locker. But, it turned out well,” said Diana Ribera.
As you can see, this tradition is always a big hit. The seniors get in the spirit and come together to make more memories as a class. Happy Holidays!