9 a.m. - Baccalaureate - Tent
10 a.m.- Class photo - Jr. Room
11 a.m. - Graduation
Lunch for Seniors and their families in the Dining Hall
Here is a description of the traditional Webb Dress for commencement.
Young Ladies: Female students wear white dresses or pant suits. For Baccalaureate, graduates may wear a dress other than their white graduation dress. These dresses should be tasteful and appropriate for the occasion. This is not a party or social event, and I hope that all young ladies will be respectful of the event in their choice of dress. The same is true for the white graduation dress. Additionally, there are times when the weather can be cooler, and a white button up sweater/shrug may be needed. Dress shoes or dress sandals are also part of the outfit. Each female graduate will be given a Webb graduates’ necklace at graduation rehearsal which they are encouraged to wear.
Young Gentlemen: Most males wear the same outfit for both ceremonies - school blazer, white dress shirt, khaki pants, proper shoes, and socks. In addition, each graduate will be given a special graduates’ tie the day before graduation. We would like all males to wear this tie for the graduation ceremony and the class picture.
I started collecting pictures from various schools with unique graduation dress [not cap & gown] like Webb.
April 18 and 19 - Ms. Wood is available to help every period
If you are interested in speaking at Graduation please submit a written speech to Mrs. Little firstname.lastname@example.org by April 16. Any Senior may submit a speech.[A selected committee of advisers and students will choose the student graduation speaker]
The speech can be approximately 5 minutes long and can be read instead of memorized. Here are graduation videos from previous years.
The Yearbook Staff will need a digital copy of the formal Picture that you would like featured. Otherwise, we will use the photograph from the Senior Blazer Practice in the Yearbook. [BTW these are beautiful]
Loveless Photography will make Senior Portraits on campus December 4, 2018
Seniors must call the Loveless studio to schedule an appointment.
4 SepIndividual Advisory - Discuss the year ahead and Senior Project Topic Selection
11 SepIndividual Advisory - Discuss College Apps and visits
18 SepLarge Group - College Counseling App & Senior Paper Annotated Bib / GIST workday
25 SepLarge Group - Senior Class Business
2 OctIndividual Advisory - Check to see if Senior Blazers are ordered
9 OctLarge Group in the Library - Discuss Field Trip
16 OctIndividual Advisory - Check College Apps
23 OctIndividual Advisory - Check Sr Project Progress
30 OctLarge Group - Seminar: Senior Blazer Practice
6 NovIndividual Advisory - Check Grades
13 NovIndividual Advisory - Check clothing & grooming for Blazer CeremonyBlazer Presentation at 2:20College Counseling reception following TBA
20 NovThanksgiving Break
27 NovLarge Group - College Counseling App & Senior Paper workday
4 DecLarge Group - Senior Paper workday / Josten's invitations
11 DecIndividual Advisory - Holiday Parties
Senior Class Officers
Senior Class President - Sana
Senior Class VP - Brandon
Senior Class Secretary - Frank
Senior Class Treasurer - Brooke
Duties of the Senior Class Officers
Presides over meetings of the Sr. class
Calls special meetings of the Sr. class
Maintains contact with the Lead adviser and the Dean of Students Office
Represents the Senior Class to the School Administration
Assumes the duties of the President in his or her absence
Works with the President to organize Senior Privileges
Organizes end-of-year celebrations
Secretary / *Class Agent
Keeps contact information for all members of the Sr class
Maintains communication with class for special Senior class events?
Works with other officers [especially the treasurer] to organize the Senior Class Gift
Treasurer / *Class Agent
Serves as the primary on Senior financial accounts
Advises members on financial matters (i.e. vendors, ticket selling procedures)
Coordinates Fundraising drive
Works with other officers to organize the Senior Class Gift
Student Council Reps (2 plus class president)
Represents the Senior Class to the School's Student Council
[Student Council meets during club time]
One rep is dedicated to service and the other to school spirit
Senior Class of 2019 Gift
Senior Class of 2018 Gift
Class of 2017 Gifts for the Senior Room
Ceiling Fan and Table
Senior Fall Rosters
Fall Senior Nights
Cross Country -
Class of 2019
Class of 2018
Class of 2018 Senior Privileges
Driving off campus during the school day.
Students should not miss academic commitments.
Sign out with Mrs. James.
With senior blazers
Seniors may wear college sweatshirts and hoodies
Leave chapel first/ senior lunch table.
Senior skip day (to be determined at a later date in agreement with Admin) .
Using phones during study hours
Projects with day students
Seniors over 18 years old can use Uber or similar ride agencies with parental permission. 17 year old Seniors may go with 18 year old Seniors on these rides, but must have specific parental permission each time.
Please make sure the MTSU permission slip is signed by both parent and student.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Seniors will complete research in the MTSU library and tour the campus with our college counseling staff. We will take a bus from Bell Buckle leaving around 8:00 am. Day student drivers may meet at 8:45 am sharp in the SSAC Student Services and Admissions Center, 1860 Blue Raider Drive. [see map at the bottom]
We will research for senior projects for about three hours, then have lunch at MTSU food court. Seniors should look sharp, but you can wear jeans.
Bring money for lunch [about $10] -- see available restaurants below.