Weld Central High School seniors have graduated this May on the 20th, in the year 2018. Many graduated with scholarships and great GPAs. Onto greater things, after completing a milestone. The only thing the seniors left behind was their empty spaces here at Weld Central. Empty desks, lunch tables, and empty classrooms. Teachers and staff even have an empty place in their hearts now, seeing the seniors grow up, to then see them walk on that stage Sunday morning.
Kimberly Russo is a Journalism teacher here at Weld Central. Her classes were mostly filled with seniors. Mrs. Russo said she feels sad, “feels strange, my classes are almost empty.” she expressed her feelings by saying, “I will miss their silly antics, and smiling faces.”Asked how she felt about it all and she described it as a bittersweet feeling.
It was not all a sad story though. In-depth Mrs. Russo said, “I cherish the bonds I formed with these students. I feel honored to have been part of their education, and their lives.”