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May 18, 2013

Essex Agricultural and Technical High School At-A-Glance

Number of seniors: 114

Graduation: Thursday, June 6, at 6 p.m. on the front lawn

Valedictorian: Brittaney Leeper

Salutatorian: Samantha Hardy

Class officers: President Meaghan Summerlin, Vice President Samantha Maier, Treasurer Brianna Mann, Secretary Kellie Fone

Class advisers: Monica Roy and Adam Stackhouse

Prom: Monday, June 3, 2013, at Danversport Yacht Club. Theme is “Masquerade Ball.”

Other special senior activities: Senior barbeque and breakfast

Three memories or moments that show what makes the Class of 2013 special and unique:

1. The Class of 2013 is the last class to play basketball for Essex Aggie Rams (not a combined team with North Shore Tech’s Bulldogs) during their freshman year. Since their sophomore year forward, all classes have all played on the combined basketball teams with North Shore Tech.

2. The Class of 2013 is thoughtful. They show great concern for one another. They are individuals, yet cohesive as a class.

3. It’s the school’s 100th anniversary. They are graduating in the 100th year.

 

 

 

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