The Taylor High School Photo of the Day has been posting pictures of seniors who are missing out on quality time with their Griffin family! If you have a picture of your senior you would like to share, email or message Principal Melissa Skopczynski.
Featured thus far:
Avery Busch Class of 2020 WCCCD to study Nursing Brendan Lunsford Class of 2020 Attending University of Michigan Dearborn for Electrical Engineering! Cecilia Mouro Class of 2020 Henry Ford College Nurse Practitioner 4 years Cheer, 3 years Basketball, and Link Crew member! David Retan Class of 2020 Will be attending Trine University in Angola, Indiana in the fall as a Student-Athlete. He will be majoring in Sports Management and will be part of Trines bowling team. DeShawn Johnson Class of 2020 DeShawn is a three-sport athlete with a 3.9 GPA planning on attending Michigan State University for marketing and entrepreneurship. Ethan Broderick He will be going to Wayne State in the fall for the nursing program. Grant Jones Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship Logan Blevins Class of 2020 My son Logan Blevins is headed to Eastern Michigan University for nursing. We are so very proud of him, for many things, he is the Battalion Commander for JROTC, he competes on the Raiders and Drill team. He also attends the Nursing Program at the Career Center. We are very excited for the bright future ahead of him! Love, The whole family! Neveah Zaorski Class of 2020 Attending college in Florida Noah Banks Class of 2020 Attending OU with plans to work as a business finance manager Sierra Hudzinski 2020. Future plans attending Henry Ford College for nursing. 4 years varsity volleyball and softball, NHS, link crew leader, executive board of student council To our Senior: We remember taking you to your first day of preschool. You were so excited to meet new friends and your teacher. You didn’t even cry!! I on the other hand, held back my tears until I got in the car. Fast forward to now, watching your last year of high school fade away without watching you experience what every other Senior gets to experience. It’s ok to be sad and selfish but remember no matter what this world throws at you, you will always be a beautiful, sweet, strong woman who will always make us proud. Love always Mom, Dad and Robbie