Mary Wede, a senior, is planning babysitting, working, and getting ready for college and her move to the city. She's ready for school to be out, but said, “I will miss my class so much!” The senior's last day is May 14, and graduation is May 18.
Senior Kara Christensen is planning on working, prepping for college, and seeing as many friends and family members as she can before the fall comes. Christensen will be headed to Northwest Missouri State, but said, “I am very ready for school itself to be over, but not my time with my classmates. To me, we have a very close class and it will be very hard for me to not see our classmates every day or be coming back together in the fall.” This summer, other classmates of 2014 are planning on playing sports, working, college prepping, and going on family vacations.
Although not just seniors are planning for summer and their future, junior Lauren Graeve has her summer already set up. She is running her third-half marathon, doing missionary work in Minnesota, and going to Tablerock for a week with the FFA officer team. She’s also taking on two jobs – Present Company and Audubon Foods.
Bradley Nissen, also a junior, plans on balancing work, tennis tournaments, trips and “personal time”. With a little less than a month left, it seems like most of Audubon students are ready to skedaddle out for summer. When asked if she’s ready, senior, Haillie Anthofer said, “yes and no, because it's my senior year and I'm ready to experience new chapters of my life, but at the same time I will miss everything around here.”