Class advisors see the end of a successful year

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Class advisors see the end of a successful year

Ashley Davis, Class of 2019 advisor

Ashley Davis, Class of 2019 advisor

Ashley Davis, Class of 2019 advisor

Ashley Davis, Class of 2019 advisor

Kaitlyn Heard and Cassidy Lovell, Staff Collaboration

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The senior class advisor Ashley Davis helped along with Cameron Larkins in making the senior class of 2019 have their best year yet. She aided in the process of organizing the coffee house, float building, senior gear, cosmic bowling, movie night, senior sunset and more. 

Davis said, “By the time the students are seniors, they know exactly what they need to do in their class meetings to get their ideas heard and to complete the events that they want to create.  I just help them make their ideas come to reality.” 

The only complication known to her throughout the year was so minute that it couldn’t disrupt the love she had for the class of 2019. 

She revealed that the hardest task was “getting everyone to meetings,” and added that, “It is not easy having 40 kids with 40 different schedules. I love that these kids are involved in so much, but that is the hardest part.”  

Her only advice to the future class advisor is to be organized and have good communication, which she considers the most important traits to be an advisor for so many students. She has known these seniors for all four years of high school, so seeing them graduate is a special treat for her. 

David Larkins, Class of 2019 advisor

“It has been fun with this class, and every year is a little different.  I think I will be amazed at how much free time I will have.” Davis continued, “These kids had a lot of fun ideas.  They did a good job planning everything and coming up with a senior gift that everyone can see.” 

Davis had some final words and advice she wanted to share with the seniors. 

“These kids make me laugh. They are fun!  And I wish them happiness in their future. Keep working hard. All your hard work will pay off! I promise,” said Davis. 

Cameron Larkins has been working here at Vista Murrieta High School for 5 years. He teaches a variety of classes, such as engineering, computer science, and financial algebra. Aside from being a CTE instructor, Larkins serves as an advisor to the Robotics club and a coach for girls rugby and JV lacrosse.  

 “It’s been interesting to follow these kids for four years as they grow up. It’s really been interesting. I think part of that is seeing them be a part of these great things I wasn’t a part of when I was in high school,” said Larkins.

As the class of 2019 departs, Larkins leaves behind words of wisdom for incoming freshman. 

“Join something- lots of things. It’s a long and hard journey if you’re not involved. Don’t just go to Vista, be a part of Vista.” 

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