Senior crown season

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Senior crown season

Katie Noonan laughs while Rachel Narvez fixes her crown to take a picture on Friday, August 16. Both girls painted their crowns to customize them and then wrote ‘senior’ across them, a design that has proved very popular this year.

Katie Noonan laughs while Rachel Narvez fixes her crown to take a picture on Friday, August 16. Both girls painted their crowns to customize them and then wrote ‘senior’ across them, a design that has proved very popular this year.

Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

Katie Noonan laughs while Rachel Narvez fixes her crown to take a picture on Friday, August 16. Both girls painted their crowns to customize them and then wrote ‘senior’ across them, a design that has proved very popular this year.

Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

Photo provided by: Anna Wesley

Katie Noonan laughs while Rachel Narvez fixes her crown to take a picture on Friday, August 16. Both girls painted their crowns to customize them and then wrote ‘senior’ across them, a design that has proved very popular this year.

Anna Wesley, Photo Editor

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Senior crown season officially begun on Friday, August 16 when the graduating class of 2020 came to school wearing colorful crowns decked-out with artificial flowers, pom-poms, and the word ‘senior’ written in big, bold letters to show their school pride. While Friday, August 16 was the first day of senior crowns, seniors are encouraged to wear their crowns any Friday they please until their last day of school.

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