190 students scheduled to receive their SHS diplomas as Class of 2012
Scottsburg High School’s Class of 2012 will have 190 students ready to receive their diplomas in the Friday, June 8, ceremony that will begin at 7 p.m. at SHS’s McClain Hall.
Limited parking is available on the SHS campus. Shuttle buses will be provided to transport people from The Rock, the shelterhouse of Scottsburg First Christian Church that is located just south of the high school, to McClain Hall every 15 minutes from 5:30 to 7 p.m. A reverse shuttle will transport people back to The Rock following the commencement.
The evening will begin with seniors marching into the hall to “Fanfare and Processional” performed by the SHS Band. The welcome and introduction will be given by SHS principal Ric Manns, with opening remarks by Class of 2012 President Jerel Taylor.
Soloist Lyndsay Kaitlyn Gabehart will sing “I’ll Always Remember You” to her fellow seniors.
During the program, senior Mia Raven Taskey will provide a class address as will classmates Shelby Lynn Hale and Bridget Nicole Elliott.
“For Just a Little While” will be sung by the SHS Choir.
Dr. Philip Deardorff, Scott District 2 Superintendent, will also address the Class of 2012 and the audience. He, Assistant Superintendent Marc Slaton and members of the school board, President Teresa Cozart, Vice President Jason Kendall, secretary Steve Herald and members Christy Roberts and Ron Moore, SHS Assistant Principals Arleen Shulze and Debora Yost and class sponsors Debbie Horine and Ashlee Hafer will be on hand to congratulate graduates as they receive their diplomas from Principal Manns.
Class Vice President Cameron Collins will provide closing remarks, with class secretary Kay-Lynn Perkinson and class treasurer Caleb Lykins will lead their classmates in the traditional tassel and class ring turn.
Principal Manns will formally present the graduated class to the audience with the band performing the recessional to end the program.
Class colors are neon green and black. Their flower is the lily, and their class song is “This is Your Life” by Switchfoot. The seniors’ class motto is “Before you die, your life flashes before your eyes. Make it worth watching.”
A list of the graduates will be released in this weekend’s issue of The Scott County Journal and The Chonicle.