The seniors at Belding High School took their final journey around the halls of several school buildings Friday, signaling their high school careers are almost over.
BELDING — The seniors at Belding High School took their final journey around the halls of several school buildings Friday, signaling their high school careers are almost over.
The students received their caps and gowns and then proceeded to walk the halls of Belding High School. They were cheered on and congratulated by the underclassman as they made the stroll. Seniors then hopped on buses and headed to Belding Middle School, where they were also greeted with cheers and hugs.
“I thought it was really fun and it was a different experience seeing all the little kids, and some of them were happy, some of them looked like they didn’t want to be there, most of them were ecstatic though,” BHS senior Ashtyn McKeever said. “Most of them were high-fiving, teachers were congratulating, some of them made posters and signs congratulating us. It was just really cool.”
McKeever has spent her entire career in the Belding School District and said her favorite part of the day was getting her cap and gown, because it puts her that much closer to graduation.
The students also went to Woodview Elementary School and ended at Ellis Elementary School, where most careers at Belding started.
This walk meant a little more for one substitute teacher. Peggy Crystler has been subbing in the Belding School District for over six years and has five kids, including her son Paul, who is a member of this year’s…
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