So many senior activities, so little time left

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Taylor Rogers, Reporter

With the school year coming to a close, many Senior activities are approaching,

Senior Celebration: Friday May 15th 4:00-6:00PM

Volleyball, Ultimate frisbee, Outdoor games, and treats. The celebration will be held on the west sand volleyball pits and pavilion at Barns Park. Celebration is FREE, SENIORS ONLY.

Senior Night at Fiiz: Wednesday May 20th 3:00-5:00PM

Tickets to cotillion and the senior All Night Party will be for sale. Get information for graduation and senior events. Senior T-shirts will be for sale.

Senior Cotillion: Friday May 29th 8:00-10:00PM

$20 per person, at the Weber State Ballroom. SENIORS ONLY. Tickets include unlimited photobooth photos, the dance, and refreshments. Nice dress.

Senior Week: Tuesday May 26th-Friday May 29th

Tuesday the 26th: Scholarship Night @ 7:00PM in the DHS auditorium.

Wednesday the 27th: Senior Assembly

Thursday the 28th: College Day. Wear college apparel or colors from the college you have chosen to attend. Tag photos with @davisseniors15. Prizes will be awarded from tagged photos.

Friday the 29th: Senior Cotillion 8:00-10:00PM at WSU Ballroom.

Week of Graduation: Tuesday June 2nd-Thursday June 4th.

Tuesday the 2nd: Mandatory senior graduation meeting/ yearbook distribution 2:30PM in the Main Gym

Thursday the 4th: GRADUATION at Dee Events Center, WSU, Ogden Utah. Commencement exercises begin at 5:00PM, Tickets required for admission. Each graduate will receive 4 complimentary tickets. Additional tickets cost $3. Graduates meet at 4:00PM in the west ground-level portal. All Night Party at Boondocks in Kaysville 10:00PM-4:00AM Tickets are $35.00 in advance or $45.00 at the door.

Senior class officer Eliza Lin said “We only have about a month left of high school and [these activities] are just a time for seniors to relax and have fun; it’s great for the seniors to come to these activities to just get together and spend time with each other before we go our separate ways.”