The sun came out today, and suddenly we feel how close we are to the end of the school year.
Perhaps we can blame the weather, but the fact that we're in the final week of classes seems to be a shock.
The last athletic contests are played Wednesday, and final exams begin Monday.
Academic and arts awards were presented to underclasspersons Monday. Below, Alex and Michaela receive the Robert M. Downey Award for Excellence in Graphics and Digital Editing.
Gregor Makechnie quietly orchestrated the return of several of the greatest basketball players in Proctor history for a friendly game--mixed with some of this year's varsity team. Many alumni returnees are collegiate (or recent collegiate) players, and the final score of 104-102 tells you something about the offensive display!
Below, an all-star line-up, starting from left with the most accomplished player in Proctor basketball history--Jerome Dyson--reunited with Carlos Bryant (who claims to have never been on Chuck's Corner,) Adrian Polite, Anthony Fortes and James Cormier.
Dress rehearsals are underway for the spectacular spring musical production of My Fair Lady.
And--in the black box theater--girls lacrosse players are making spirit posters for the seniors' final game Wednesday!
Suddenly, it feels like the end of the school year.
Work is winding down to finals.
Projects are nearing completion. (Martin is converting a race car trailer to a 4-horse, live-in vehicle he's taking to Oklahoma.)
Carlos claims (falsely!) that I never put his picture on Chuck's Corner. Well, he deserves it now.
Gregor with Anthony and Carlos.
Adrian Polite, Jack Minister and Jerome Dyson!
Jerome with two of his greatest fans, Edna Peters and Lida Beaudoin.