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
Represents the Senior Class to the School's Student Council
[Student Council meets during club time]
*During the Senior year, the class Secretary and Treasurer will both serve as Senior Class Agents, who are liaisons to the Webb Alumni Board and The Office of Alumni and Development. These individuals will facilitate the needs for the class gift to Webb as well as help communicate the class' wishes for the Senior Luncheon and the Alumni Board's annual gift to each graduating Senior. Upon graduation, Webb Class Agents serve to help keep classmates connected with the school and with each other. The first Class Agents for each class are nominated by the senior class and serve as long as they wish after being elected.
Senior Blazer Day
2:20 p.m. Follin Chapel Time for photos afterward
Buying your SeniorBlazer
The blazer MUST be navy and must be on campus with The Webb School patch by October 29, 2019. Gold buttons are not a requirement. You might find basic navy blazers from a number of shops including but not limited to: J. Crew, Joseph A. Banks, Brooks Brothers, JC Penny's, Men's Wearhouse, H & M, and Dillard's.
Patches are available through Ms. Little
The patch is typically sewn just over or beneath the left pocket area.
Female Blazer Buying tips
For the JCrew - The Parke, Regent, Classic Single button, or Legacy all work.
The only ones to stay away from are the collarless or with peplums.
Attaching the Webb Seal patch
In the past, a Webb parent Mrs. Dawn Kilpatrick has offered to attach the patches for $10 -- email@example.com
Also, Corner Cleaners has attached the patch as well. Please call to make certain they still have this service. [pick at Webb administrative offices on Tuesdays and Fridays] (931) 684-9688
Juniors and Seniors, Jostens will not be coming to campus this year. If you are interested in ordering invitations, please click here to visit their website.
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.
I am so sorry your senior year got cut short, but MacKenzie (yearbook editor) and I are going to work hard to ensure that you still have a senior page in the yearbook! Please follow these directions carefully.
The exact number of pictures for the template you chose (Option 1: 12 pics, Option 2: 12 pics, Option 3: 7 pics, Option 4: 20 pics)
Your formal picture, if you so choose. If you do not send one, we will use your blazer picture.
Send pictures in the highest resolution possible! Pictures must be at least 300 dpi. Do not send a screenshot of a picture- it will not work (send the original). Scan pictures on the highest quality setting.
Pictures and quote must be G rated! Keep in mind your page is going in a 6th grader’s yearbook and Mr. Foulk’s yearbook! If you send us something inappropriate, we will not use it and we will not contact you for a replacement.
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