Graduation is fast approaching, and the realization of the end of high school is finally setting in with the senior class. Senior Wills offer the soon-to-be graduates a chance to reflect on their time in CHS Band and leave advice and memories to underclassmen and faculty members. Senior Wills often showcase each student’s personality and give insight into what they felt was important during their high school journey. Congratulations to the class of 2020!
Senior Wills are Due May 4th
I, Matt Accivatti , leave all the fun times in the Marching Band and the will to put up with some interesting people to the underclassmen. I also leave the right to all the trumpets to know that our section is the best, no matter what anyone says.
I, Vicki Adamek , leave Michelle, Brittany, and Rene fun times on band trips sitting on benches, watching and thinking about you know what. I also leave you the ability to cut your fingers on anything. You need to go to first aid and meet hot guys on the way, AKA James and Carl. I love you guys and never forget the good times.
I, Kathryn Alexander, bequeath the clarinet quartet, the traditional clarinet quintet, and all the fun that comes with it, to Jimmy Wencel. I also leave my flip folder and lyre to Courtney Schad, just in case she happens to need an extra one.
I, Tom Alexander, leave, to Bryn, Chelsea and Sarah, confidence, faith, and of course, the band. To Taylor and Kelly, I leave the same thing + the ability to still march and learn your parts. I'd like to thank Mr. Visnaw and Mr. Sauer for all of their hard work and dedication for the band program. Best of luck to everyone. Thank you for the BEST times.