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Seniors Take on Disneyland


One more senior event, the 2024 Grad Night, checked off the list for Tracy High School’s graduating class.

The seniors were told to arrive at the school at 4 a.m. so the buses could leave at 5 a.m., with a six hour bus ride ahead of them before the real fun could begin.

Mickey, Minnie and Pluto were the names of the three buses that were taken in transport.

“On my bus on the way there everybody slept and most people also slept on the way back,” Madison Archer, a senior at THS,  said.

On the way there the buses stopped twice, once for fifteen minutes and the other for thirty, giving the students time to get food and use the bathroom. On the way back there was only one stop made, trying to get home as effectively as possible.

The seniors left Disneyland at 2 a.m. and got back to the school around 8 a.m. the next morning, completing their senior trip.

“Disneyland was a night to remember, very worth it as a senior trip,” Maggie Goodfellow expressed. “I loved going around meeting seniors from different schools and just enjoying my time with seniors I never expected to see.”

Seniors were given the option and allowed into both parks from the time they arrived until 9 p.m. After that they were all moved to California Adventure and were exploring all the rides until their departure.

Another senior, Ajah Alverez accompanied Goodfellow through the trip.

“The rides most of the day had short lines, Maggie and I ate a lot of different foods and met so many new people,” Alverez said. “One of the best moments of the night is when we went on Guardians of the Galaxy.”

Graduation will bring the class of 2024 to the end of their high school experience.

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Jayme Aguon was born on February 1, 2007, seven weeks earlier than her scheduled due date. She is currently a 16-year-old junior at Tracy High School.  Aguon is a first-year transfer student, as well as in her first year of Journalism. She is hoping to improve her writing skills overall. She lives with her parents as an only child. She is half Chamorro, from the island of Guam, which she hopes to visit one day. Aguon plays travel softball hoping to gain a scholarship to help pay for her college tuition. She is passionate about her primary position, catcher. Before she found softball, she did competitive gymnastics for six years, as well as earning her way up to a purple belt in mixed martial arts.  She just got an Australian Labradoodle which is a therapy dog for her mother’s workAguon hopes to someday work with kids, specifically becoming a Speech Language Pathologist. She hopes to make a change in a little one’s life.  

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