Mound Westonka High School Principal Mark McIllmoyle said the school’s hallways felt empty this week.
The commencement ceremony for seniors was on Sunday, May 28 and McIlmoyle said he’s already missing the graduating class’s presence at the high school.
“There’s always that void the next day,” he said. “This year’s seniors excelled in leadership for our school.”
That class was honored at their commencement on Sunday, during what McIlmoyle called a student centered ceremony. Seniors Charley Hagen and Hunter Ellis were MC’s at the event and seniors Emma Kerr and Tatum Anderson were the student speakers. Student Senate President Ryann Beyer opened the ceremony with a welcome address that McIlmoyle said gave him chills.
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