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WTV's Ryan Shapiro, Karina Grokhovskaya, and Sadie Johnson bring you a few last words

Senior sunset brings together seniors one last time

Maya Silberman
Closing out the final chapter of senior year, PTSA is hosting a senior sunset on Wednesday for the class of 2023. The event will take place at the Frisco Rail Yard from 6 – 9 p.m.

Seniors have the opportunity to say goodbye to the school and spend final moments with each other at Tuesday’s Senior Sunset from 6-8:30 p.m. in the band parking lot with music, food, games and a huge giveaway. 

“I will be attending this with my friends and teammates,” senior Taylor Clapp said. “This event means so much to me because I think this is the last time I will be with them and also I get to enjoy the beautiful Texas sunset before I move to Missouri.”

Students are allowed to bring lawn chairs or blankets to the event.

“I’m going to Senior Sunset with a group of friends, whom I also attended Senior Sunrisie and Prom with,” senior Eliana Lainez said. “This is very important to me because its the last time I get to see my friends and it is a great way for us to celebrate the end of school year and close a chapter of high school.”

Senior Harriet Archaga is not only going to see her friends, she’s also going just to make memories with them.

“This is my last opportunity to spend time with my friends and classmates,” Archaga said. “This is also the last time I get to make some final high school memories with them.”


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Maya Silberman
Maya Silberman, Editor-in-Chief
Maya Silberman is a senior going into her third year on the Wingspan staff. Outside of Wingspan, she is captain of the CTE Mock Trial team and a legal intern through the CTE Center's Practicum in Government Program. In her free time, Maya can be found reading any and everything, playing New York Times games, and spending time with her dog, Luna. Maya couldn't be more excited to be one of the Editor-in-Chiefs this year, and looks forward to what is to come! Contact Maya:

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