ASB’s seniors leave behind their legacy

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ASB’s seniors leave behind their legacy

ASB Advisor Jim Kelly reads his farewell speech dedicated to the seniors and reflects on all of their hard work this year.

ASB Advisor Jim Kelly reads his farewell speech dedicated to the seniors and reflects on all of their hard work this year.

Francesca D'Urzo

ASB Advisor Jim Kelly reads his farewell speech dedicated to the seniors and reflects on all of their hard work this year.

Francesca D'Urzo

Francesca D'Urzo

ASB Advisor Jim Kelly reads his farewell speech dedicated to the seniors and reflects on all of their hard work this year.

Francesca D'Urzo, Staff Writer

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From Screamin’ Scots to annual assemblies, the ASB seniors have dedicated their four years at Carlmont to fostering the student body’s school spirit and involvement, leaving their legacy behind for the next generation of ASB members.

Kyle Dimick, a senior and member of ASB, said, “I never thought this moment in my life would come so soon. ASB has been my constant outlet throughout my experience at Carlmont and leaving that behind is a very scary thing for me. However, ASB has taught me so much and has developed my sense of self. I am so excited to see how ASB evolves and thrives with the next generation of members.”

The ASB senior class of 2019 is responsible for an abundance of Carlmont’s most popular and praised spirit activities, such as Screamin’ Scots and implementing more unique types of spirit weeks.

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My class of ASB has been my rock throughout my high school experience and there are no other seniors I would rather share that bond with.”

— Kayla Gustafson

Dimick has been involved in and the leader of Screamin’ Scots throughout his four years at Carlmont and takes great pride in his contributions to increase the student body’s school spirit.

“The main aspect of ASB and Carlmont that I am going to miss the most would definitely be Screamin’ Scots. Screamin’ Scots is my baby and has helped me get through the dark times of high school, as well as helped others with their own problems or stress,” Dimick said. “It has been an honor to contribute to the Carlmont community and I am forever grateful for that opportunity.”

Along with the planning of school events, some seniors are going to miss the overall comradery that comes with being a part of ASB the most.

“The part I’m going to miss most about Carlmont and ASB is always having a group of people I belong to. My class of ASB has been my rock throughout my high school experience and there are no other seniors I would rather share that bond with. It has been amazing to have that many people in my corner for the past four years and I am forever grateful,” said Kayla Gustafson.

For many seniors, ASB has provided them with the opportunity to express themselves creatively and to share these projects with the student body.

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I hope that our senior legacy will continue to carry on at Carlmont. I am finally ready to close this chapter of my life and open the next.”

— Kyle Dimick

“ASB has been a constant part of my high school experience and this year I had the honor of being the head of the assemblies commission. Planning all of Carlmont’s annual assemblies and being able to provide the student body with entertainment and school spirit has been so rewarding,” Olive Peschel said. “There is a little part of me that will forever be attached to Carlmont’s ASB.”

To close the school year and this year of ASB, ASB adviser Jim Kelly wrote a speech dedicated to each of the seniors and individually commemorated all of their hard work and contributions they dedicated to the program.

“Mr. Kelly’s speech made me extremely emotional and served as such an amazing reminder that I have done my job here at Carlmont and have fulfilled my purpose as a Carlmont ASB member,” Dimick said. “Once again, this school is such an amazing place and has truly developed me into the person I am today and I hope that our senior legacy will continue to carry on at Carlmont. I am finally ready to close this chapter of my life and open the next.”

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