It’s that time of year – senioritis is here
March 23, 2017 • 233 views
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Many seniors on campus are dealing with senioritis right now. This is when students start to feel less motivated to come to school and perform. Administrators say seniors should do everything they can not to slack off their final few months.
Seniors on campus agree they are tired of coming to school each day and wish graduation would come faster. However, there are still a couple of months to go, so many must force themselves to get motivated.
“I try my hardest to stay focused and not slack off on my school work,” Bullard senior Tatyanna Lomeli said.
Senior Jared Archie keeps one eye on the calendar: “I tell myself every day how many days are left until checkout to keep me coming to school.”
Teachers stress that seniors need to stay determined to graduate with a successful G.P.A., because it will be looked at in their future.
“Staying focused at the end of senior year will keep you motivated to be successful in college,” said Mrs. Macy, one of Bullard’s senior English teachers.
Administrators point out that even if you have been accepted to a college, the admissions officers still will look at the end-of-the-year performance.
“Each year, there are seniors that seem to fall behind during the last few months of school, which is very dangerous,” said Mrs. Payne, a junior and senior counselor.
Seniors are almost there, so remember to finish strong! Bullard’s Class of 2017 will be checking out May 26. Graduation will be held at the Save Mart Center at 4 p.m. June 5.