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HAPPENING AT BUNGALOW
While the students may have
finished submitting their appli-
cations, there’s still a long way
to go in the process. “Now all of
my focus will be in applying for
financial aid and scholarships,”
Escobar said. Guidance counse-
lor JenniferWalters, who spoke at
the event, promised to continue
to help students along with the
next steps. “We get to celebrate
this wonderful event, but we still
have so much more work ahead
of us,” Walters said. “Congratula-
tions and I look forward to work-
ing with you for the rest of this
year.”
Khosla and Escobar were both
selected to give speeches in front
of their peers in a ceremony that
continued in the auditorium
following the College March,
which is something they nev-
er imagined doing if it were not
for CVSR. “I’ve been here since
the 7th grade and I started out
extremely shy and today I gave
a speech in front of everyone.
That’s something I would’ve nev-
er done before,” Khosla said. If I
didn’t go here, I wouldn’t be the
person I am. I really grew in this
school and I wouldn’t have been
able to do that without Channel
View.” Esobar creditsCVSRwithal-
readyhelpinghertogetastepahead
in her college education. “There’s
a lot of opportunity here such as
being able to take college classes
through the College Now program
at Kingsborough,” she said.
Besides speeches from Kho-
sla and Escobar, the ceremony
included performances by the
CVSR chorus, a reading of
CVSR’s “15 words to live by”
and guidance counselor Wal-
ters thanked those who have
made this event possible, such
as Capital One Bank, a long-
time sponsor that has provid-
ed sweatshirts and a lunch to
the seniors who participate.
Before the ceremony ended,
the audience was given a spe-
cial treat, with a full holiday
dance performance by dozens
of students.
CVSR
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