Moriah seniors remember classmates

DiLaurenzio applied logic to his years at Moriah Central. If a picture is worth a thousand words, and in English class we learn words then a picture must be a thousand English classes and if an English class is part of school, then pictures must be a thousand schools and therefore a picture is a thousand times as fun as one school and a lot of math goes into a picture therefore school must be one thousandth of a picture, he reasoned.

He eventually abandoned logic and thanked those who have guided the Class of 2007.

It would not be enough to thank all the people who have helped me, DiLaurenzio said. What Ive learned here will last forever and no amount of thanks can repay the knowledge I will set forth with into the world.

We will take the knowledge gained in our short time here and apply it to our lives and our future, and one day pass the knowledge learned here to our children, he added. While you all helped shape our minds, we are the ones who will shape our planets future.

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