Updated: May 26, 2022
I've gone around and gathered messages from teachers to the seniors who will be graduating this upcoming Sunday. Here's what they have to say!
I want to say good luck to all the seniors and remind them to keep an open mind in their life. It is great to plan but also good to let the journey happen and be open to new possibilities. To all of my art seniors, thanks for making my journey teaching you awesome. I started my art journey here at North Scott as a student myself and my path brought me back here to teach and learn with you. I hope I have started a rewarding art path journey that you can remember and continue throughout your life. Remember, everyone has their own style, appreciate other styles, but love yours and let it grow with you. Each of you as seniors are special and unique. Find out what you are good at, learn and share it with the world.
- Mrs. Mess
Seniors! Congratulations on your graduation from high school! As you begin the next journey always remember to control what you can control and don’t stress about the rest. Be willing to experience all that life has to offer, but always be careful not to put your life or health (both physical and mental) at stake. Don’t burn bridges that might be important for you to cross sometime in the future. Appreciate the small things, including people who have helped you along the way. More importantly, have fun!
Hi friends! I am so so stinking excited and happy for you all. I need you to know that you will always have a home in my classroom. When things get tough, you know where to find me. Take every single opportunity that comes your way. You never know where it might lead you. Get out of your comfort zone. Iowa was out of mine and it completely changed my life! Please please please, have faith, trust, and pixie dust and you will have the courage to fly.
Hello Seniors! It has been a joy being your librarian for the past four years. The future is yours. Make smart decisions and have fun. Also, read lots of books and fact-check everything. Peace out, class of 2022!
- Mrs. Peters
Be kind to one another. Make us proud! - Mrs. Sims
It’s okay to make mistakes, being kind is always the right decision, remember to laugh at yourself(life gets a whole lot easier when you do), and make good choices!!
- Mrs. Oltman
Don't always take the path of least resistance - do hard things.
- Coach Stew
Run TOWARD your Dreams with faith and confidence, not away with fear.
- Jim Schneider
You have proven that you can adapt to tough situations and overcome them. You have proven that you can act with confidence in what matters to you. Continue to do those things and you will find success in whatever you choose to do.
- Mr. Marceau
Congratulations Seniors!! You are a unique bunch that has a lot to offer this world. I can’t wait to see what all of you accomplish in the future. Best of luck on all future endeavors!
- Mrs. Miguel
Congrats Class of 2022! You have had a very unique four years of high school and wishing you all the best in the years to come. Make sure to hold true to what is most important in your life and have fun! Good luck!
- Coach Tippet
Seniors-Here’s to the future! We are terribly sorry to see you go, but also excited that you have started a new journey. You are a group of students that will never be forgotten! All the best in your future ventures, but never forget where you came from!
- Mrs. Sommer
Congratulations friends on your accomplishments over the past several years. It was awesome watching you grow from freshman US History students to leaders in the building and community. I can’t wait to see you continue your journey. Stay in touch and best of luck going forward!
- Mr. Hubner
Best wishes Class of 2022! Always remember to be kind to others and also to our planet. Help out whenever you can. Please help change our crazy world for the better. Be the best version of yourself that you can be and live your life to the fullest!
- Mrs. Schmeink
Don’t be afraid to fail. I’ve done it, and look at me now! Take care of each other out there, and if you’ve got time, please fix this world up a bit. It needs you.
- Mr. Chapman