Photo of the week – May 21

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Megan Hoenecke

Making their way through the senior parade, seniors Zoe Rutledge, Tori Fischer and Talie Ziegler smile at the crowd. Fischer has not committed to a college yet but plans on attending the University of Kentucky to study computer science and dance. “I loved seeing all the teachers and families cheering us on and congratulating us, it just felt really good, like an ‘I really made it’ moment. It was one last chance to see everyone together, which was nice because we haven’t had many chances at all this year,” Fischer said. “[In college,] I’m super excited to just be somewhere new and make lots of new friends especially in a sorority.”