The Class of 2020 is the last of Trinity Hall’s four founding classes to graduate; however, as a senior class they have experienced many firsts: the first to finish their high school classes via Zoom, the first to participate in the Windows on Careers program, the first to have a virtual Senior Awards ceremony, the first to have a section of the school website dedicated to them, the first to have senior signs delivered to their doorsteps with a parade, and the first to celebrate their commencement ceremony in July. While they had to accept many cancellations and missed opportunities this spring, the Class of 2020 handled each disappointment with grace and gratitude, proving they are ready to be tomorrow’s leaders. Although this is not the senior year they had planned, we hope it’s one they will look back on with pride for the sacrifices they made for the greater good and with fond memories of the new ways they connected, collaborated and celebrated their achievements.
The Trinity Hall Tribune especially wishes to congratulate our graduating editors: Mary Kate Cashman, Molly Clifford, Logan Dziadzio, Angelica Niedermeyer, Sydney Riepl and Alexa Sadowski. We are grateful for your leadership and the many contributions you’ve made to the Tribune. You will be missed!
Best wishes to Trinity Hall’s Class of 2020! We salute you!