by Caroline Baldwin
As the last couple months of the 2013-2014 school year fly by, for us seniors it’ll be a time of lasts. Below is a senior bucket list to ensure you make the most of the beginning of the end.
1. Be helpful to the underclassmen. Just because you’re a big bad senior doesn’t mean you can walk around like you own the place. They look up to you. Show them the ropes of the college process or senior year in general.
2. Tell your favorite teacher how much they meant to you. Believe it or not, not all teachers are out to get you. Teacher’s often have a major impact on us. Let them know; you never know how much it may mean to them. Make it more meaningful and write them a letter that they can keep for years.
3. Create a time capsule.. Include a handwritten note to yourself from your senior self, pictures or anything else that defines your time as a senior. Just imagine opening it in ten years and how cool that will be.
4. Thank your guidance counselor. Let’s face it, we would not have gotten through the past four years without them, and we definitely wouldn’t have made it through the college process. They make sure everything runs smoothly and a simple thank you will mean a lot to them.
5. Sit with a new group of people at lunch. June 19 may be the last time you see some of your classmates. Make the most out of everyone in the grade. You never know: you may have been missing out on these people your last four years. These next few months may be the last times you walk these halls, so just take it in because your future will still be there and make the most of the present.