Seniors turn fun tradition into service opportunity
Written by Sydney Smith, Golden Lines Staff Writer
You’re walking down the hallway and see Jojo Siwa and Spongebob Squarepants strutting in front of you. Don’t worry, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you, it’s just a couple of upperclassmen carrying on a lighthearted tradition of seniors wearing children’s backpacks to school.
“I used to hate the tradition as an underclassman because it annoyed me,” senior Henry Guynn said when thinking back to his freshman and sophomores years. Now that he’s finally able to participate, however, he knew he had to buy the dinosaur-themed backpack he found over the summer.
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