The end of four years

My four years here at CMR have been a fun ride. While I’m excited for my future, I’ll be honest. I’m going to hate leaving.
These last four years have helped me change a lot, and find myself. I would like to thank everyone here who has been a friend to me and supported me through my high school experience.
Here’s to all my friends, senior class, junior class, and the few underclassmen who have made these the best four years of my life. A life without good friends is not a life worth living, and you’ve all been the best of friends.
Here’s to all my teachers who have helped me grow and mature. Calling all of you teachers does no justice to what you’ve done for me. My teachers here at CMR have all helped me grow, impacting my views on this world, and helping me become a better member of this society.
All of the people here at CMR are incredible. There is no greater feeling in this world than feeling accepted. I have never once in my years at C.M. Russell felt like an outsider, and I thank all of you for that. My only regret these last four years, is not getting to know more of you.
And here’s a special thanks to Mr. Kloppel, the greatest principal I could imagine having these last four years. You’ve been amazing, and I’m glad to be a part of this, your final, graduating class. You’ve always been a great principal, and an even better man.
So here’s to C.M. Russell, the greatest four years of my life, the place where I’ve grown, the place where I’ve made many friends, and the place I’ve learned to love.
To all my friends, to all my teachers, and to principal Dick Kloppel, I wish you all the best, and I will always remember all of you. Thank you and farewell.