Class of 2021 Picks Senior Motto

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Senior banners hang on the ceiling of the top floor at FHN. Each banner is printed with both the senior class’s year and their selected quote.

By Ashlynn Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief

Each year, FHN seniors are eligible to vote on a motto that describes their senior class. Senior mottos from past years hang on colorful banners from the top floor, and soon the class of 2021’s motto will join them as they graduate and leave the school behind. The chosen quote will represent their time in high school and the spirit of the students who attended.

The three quotes to vote on are from Nelson Mandela, Daisaku Ikeda and Fred Rogers – popularly known as Mr. Rogers. Seniors can vote now through the Google Form at tinyurl.com/fhnmotto21 and leave their quote forever on the banners of FHN. Despite the many classic events the class of 2021 missed due to COVID-19, like senior pep assemblies or prom, this long-held tradition remains a staple of their seniority.

“I think class spirit is important to continue traditions,” senior Lexi Triller said. “It gives you something to look forward to.”