Brianna Hermann ’12
It’s that time of the year already, with finals and graduation around the corner, students and staff seem to have summer on their mind.
With that in mind, Principal Carmen Kennedy has been reflecting about her first year here at the high school.
“South Lake has been a lifeline,” Kennedy said. “It’s been a wonderful year and I’ve had fun.”
Kennedy also believes the school community has been very involved and appreciates the support from those in the district.
“South Lake has been good to me,” she said. “I hope I have been good (to them).”
With the end of the year quickly approaching, Kennedy says there is a lot to look forward to in the upcoming weeks.
Honor’s Week will begin May 14, with the anticipated Honor’s Night on Tuesday May, 15. The event will begin at 6 pm for grades 9, 10, 11, and will continue at 7 pm for the Seniors.
The National Honor Society will hold their annual Induction Ceremony Thursday May 17.
Honor’s Week will conclude with the Honor’s Breakfast during seminar on Friday May, 18.
Kennedy also wants seniors to be aware with Prom and Graduation coming up to make appropriate and healthy decisions so privileges aren’t taken away.
Coming up in June:
Kennedy will hold a meeting with the juniors to discuss the March ACT results. She also plans on having one last Student Cavalier Connection meeting before the end of the year. They also plan on having student schedules set, so there isn’t confusion next year.
With the year almost over, Kennedy says she looks forward to next year and the progress the school keeps making, “There are things we can accomplish.”