Final senior bulletin details end of year dates, graduation

Ashleigh Heaton

The year isn’t quite over yet, seniors: there are still a few dates and events to attend before finally bidding CHS “adieu”. The counseling department is trying to help you stay organized with the final senior bulletin, which includes important dates and information on the senior breakfast, senior awards, senior trip to Six Flags, honor stoles, dual credit, the graduation rehearsal and ceremony, as well as other counseling information.

The bulletin also has information on a new technology that friends and family can use to watch graduation even if they can’t make it to Denton – CHS will be streaming the ceremony live on the internet for a $9.95 viewing donation. Be sure to give the bulletin a glance-through to make sure you’re reading to tie all the loose ends before leaving high school for good.

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