Signing off on the future
HINSDALE, N.H. — Hinsdale Middle High School will graduate 41 seniors on June 8. The school celebrated those seniors Tuesday during the annual Senior Signing Day breakfast.
Over half the class will go on to further their educations, while three students will be entering the military and the rest will go into the work force, some with the certified credentials they need for their future careers.
Senior Alexis Johnson, the class of 2019 president, plans to attend Keene State College and study to become a teacher. She said the Senior Signing Day gets her excited about graduation.
"I feel like it is one last get-together as a class before we go our separate ways, so we can learn more about what we want to do with our futures," Johnson said.
Jeremy LaPlante, a 2002 Hinsdale graduate and a member of the Keene Fire Department, talked to the students during the Senior Signing Day. He answered students' questions and gave advice on where they may be heading in the future.
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