SENIORS 2023

    

 
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Class of 2023 August 25th Parent Presentation 

Graduation Ceremony 2022
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Fall Senior Meeting - Herff Jones Presentation

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SENIOR EVENTS & IMPORTANT DATES
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DATE
EVENT TIME LOCATION
 8/24/22 Senior Parent Post Grad Night 6:00 pm Auditorium
 8/28/22 Senior Parking Spots

9/22 Senior Project Parent Night   Auditorium
10/4/22  Senior Panoramic Photo and Senior Class Meeting  Advisement TRHS
10/4/22  Herff Jones in-person ordering during Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00 - 7:00 pm   TRHS
10/5/22  Herff Jones in-person ordering during both lunches
TRHS
 10/9/22 Yearbook Photos Due  
 11/1/22 Yearbook Ads Due    
12/4/22 Herff Jones Early Bird Deadline for Ordering Caps & Gowns    
2/10/23
Senior Research Papers Due  
 2/16/23  Senior Parent Information Night  5:00 pm Auditorium  
3/1/23 Herff Jones Announcements Delivered


3/7/23 Graduation Speaker Auditions 3:15 pm Main Office
3/8/23 Graduation Performer Auditions 3:15 pm  Auditorium
4/3/23 Senior Portfolios Due    
4/7/23 Senior Boards    
 4/18/23 Community Service Hours Due by 3:00 pm Counseling Office 
4/21/23 Prom    
  Prom     Guest Form    
5/1/23  Community Service Lettering Deadline   Counseling Office 
 5/1/23 Final Deadline to Order Caps and Gowns    
5/8 - 5/10/23 Senior Finals     
 5/12/23 Seniors' Last Day, Senior Check-Out and Cap and Gown Distribution
   
5/15/23 Senior Awards Night  6:00pm TRHS
5/16/23
Graduation Day
4:00pm
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