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2021 Senior Tribute Questionnaire

Hey Seniors!

The Sentinel invites members of the St. Joseph-Ogden and Unity High School Class of 2021 to fill out the form below to enjoy their own personal profile for our 2021 Salute to Seniors.

Here is a sample of what we did last year for seniors in our area. (Please excuse the page formatting. The Sentinel site has undergone a redesign since these pages were originally created and may not appear as elegantly as they did originally.)

There is no charge to be included. 

The Sentinel wants to help share and celebrate your accomplishments and highlights from your high school career with readers in our area.

You can copy and paste the form below into an email app and send it to editor@oursentinel.com or print it out and send by mail to: PhotoNews Media, 136 West Main, Urbana, IL, 61801. You may attached or enclose a photograph. Please tell us the name of the photographer who took the photo so that we can credit them properly and ask for permission to publish their photo.

Your profile can be submitted starting today and we'll take them until 6pm on Saturday, May 31. We will publish as many as we can a day starting on April 18, 2021.

*** Note to parents: The Sentinel is offering Graduation Signature Ads.  Follow this link to learn how you can honor your graduate with a personalize ad celebrating one the first major milestones in your son or daughter's life in the graduation issue by clicking here.


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Name:

City of Birth:

1.  If you will be attending college or trade school, list the school will you attend and your major?


2.  If you earned a college athletic or academic scholarship, please tell us the institution, your major and the sport you will play (if applicable).


3.  If you will be serving our country in the military, please tell us which branch and your specialty.


4.  What school activities, clubs and organizations did you participate in at SJO?


5.  List the sports you earned a junior varsity letter:


6.  List the sports did you earned a varsity letter:


7.  What your favorite high school class?


8.  Who was your favorite teacher and why? Can't decide? In the event of a tie list them all.
 

9.  What was the best advice you were given in high school that you would pass along to your classmates?


10.  List six of the academic and athletic awards you earned in high school that you are most proud of today.


11.  The COVID-19 pandemic is now a unique chapter in world history. What do you think mankind has learned from the experience?


Favorites 

A1.  Who is your favorite actor/actress?

A2.  Favorite band, musician or recording artist?

A3.  What is the best or your favorite movie of all time?

A4.  Out of all the students in your graduating class, who is most likely to be President of the United States?

A5.  Out of all your classmates, who is most likely to be famous and why?

A6.  If a movie was made about your life, what would be the theme song?


Finish one or more of these statements: 

B1.  In 15 years I will be ....
 
B2.  If I could live anywhere in the world it would be ....

B3.  My dream car is ...

B4.  The best thing about growing up here (in St. Joe, Ogden or Royal) is ...
 
B5.  The three people I want have dinner together with are ...

B6.  The person I can always count on to be there for me is ...



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