Senior class members at Riverbank High School took an early morning moment to celebrate the start of their final year of study at RHS on Friday, Aug. 23, assembling at the football stadium on campus for Senior Sunrise.
Bringing breakfast goodies, including fruit, donuts and bagels, among other things, they gathered to take photos of each other, and themselves, before climbing into the stands for one big group photo for the RHS yearbook.
Spirits were high, as would be expected, and they were busy taking their selfies while the sun actually rose on the field, but that just left plenty of illumination for the group photo.
Uniform of the day for the seniors was tie-dyed T-shirts, with smaller groups choosing to coordinate their colors, if not exactly matching the patterns.
Some carried signs, some added letters or numbers to their shirts to stand with friends and spell out words, with the largest group indicating ‘Seniors 2020.’
Class advisors then told the students to write out a letter to themselves, one that they would open at the Senior Sunset celebration at the end of the school year.