2018 West High School Graduation

2018 West High School Graduation

October 19, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


Good evening and welcome parents, family
and friends to West High School’s 88th commencement ceremony. Joining us on
stage for today’s ceremony are Jennifer Cheatham the superintendent of
the Madison Metropolitan School District, Mr. Alex Freeland chief of
schools of secondary education Dean Loomis member of the Madison
metropolitan school district Board of Education alumnus Dalia Moga head who
will deliver a keynote address today in your West High School Principal dr.
Karen bran at this time please rise as the West High School Concert Choir
performs our star-spangled banner this will be followed by the procession of
the senior class and honor marshals so
streaming ladies and gentlemen welcome to West
High School commencement for the class of 2018 congratulations graduates
parents family friends well-wishers thank you you have done an amazing job
with these young men and women they are smart beautiful kind-hearted and deeply
deeply conscious of their role in addressing issues of social injustice
and equity I changed the bell schedule and I had a
petition of 54 signatures the next day just the ring on the bell produced and
organized approach with an advocate to come and tell me why the bell was wrong
as I said these truly are amazing young men and women graduates few moments in
life are as seminal as a public recognition like high school graduation
of your transition from child to adult even in this past year I’ve seen the
change I’ve seen you grow in maturity in confidence in their capacity to drive
and shape your own future I was once told there are three C’s in life choice
change and chance as a high school graduate you are now responsible for
what happens next in your life you are being asked to make individual and
personal choice to take a chance on yourself if you want
anything in life to change and if you have to take a chance take a chance on
yourself here are your strongest asset you are your greatest hidden power you
are the special sauce that makes you you we are so excited that you are with us
for the time we had with you and we can’t wait to see what you do in the
greater world stand back because here comes the class of 2018 congratulations and now ladies and gentlemen it is my
honor to introduce Susan SP class of 2018 hello family friends faculty in
2018 graduates my name is Susie SP and I have the honor of introducing my friend
Katherine Walsh someone who has been enthusiastic about West from the start
in July before freshman year Katherine set a countdown alarm for the first day
of school an alarm that went off 20 minutes into homeroom and she has been
disrupting class ever since just kidding but she has maintained her energy in
spirit for school throughout the past four years participating in classroom
discussions to Irish dancing in the odd to simply smiling in the hall
Katherine is successful in all she does she was a national competitor and deca
president of Model UN and a state champion in speech and debate Katherine
is a four-time a varsity forensic ATAR and in this past fall
she earned a letter in cross country and let’s be honest it wasn’t for speed
however her quick wit and love for puns makes her the best friend to turn to in
an intense situation from the moment I sat next to her in history I realized
that she was a pleasant person and one that I could always count on for her
honest opinion I am confident that in the future she will continue to befriend
many and light up their lives thank you for lighting up ours as our
time at West High School comes to a close Katherine still has a countdown
alarm going this time for the end Highschool let’s hope it doesn’t go off
in the middle of her speech please welcome Catherine Walsh I am terrified of being forgotten
freshman year some friends of mine almost forgot to
pick me up for a movie that I had suggested and just last week
I had a teacher forget that I was in their class okay that one may have been
commentary on my lack of attendance the fear of being forgotten is very real but
over the last four years I have felt like I truly belong and my fear of being
forgotten has changed to being afraid to forget or forgetting the important
things I realized my fear of forgetting every time I was in the middle of a
forensics competition and I couldn’t remember a single word of the speech I
had written and every time I left my car in two hour parking and not all day
realizing that our time at West High School has come to a close there are
some things I am not ready to forget but there are some minor things that my
brain can just let go of like tripping upstairs failing tests bathrooms with no
locks and calculus in general there are also some lessons that are too important
to lose I will not forget how much West has taught me beyond the classroom
thanks to all of you I know what it means to be a global citizen a trusted
ally and a genuine friend so you can forget about me standing up here because
I am NOT the class of 2018 don’t get me wrong I hope one of those diplomas has
my name on it but I can only represent myself and share how honored I have been
to be just one person in the class of 523
I never want to forget that almost 130 of this class completed school everyday
in their second language I never will forget that over 200 of my classmates
face economic hardship that tried to prevent them from being here today I
will never forget how lucky we have been to survive high school in the most
literal sense of the word so forget about my personal anecdotes
and attempts at relatable humor but remember what brought you to this day
remember to thank your parents without them we would have nothing remember the
teachers and staff that sparked your curiosity or let a heartfelt discussion
remember the challenges that made you question who you were meant to be
Columbian author Gabrielle Garcia Marquez said it best record our espacio
para quien tiene memoria olvidar estefy saia para quien tiene Corazon
remembering is easy for anyone who has memory forgetting is difficult for those
who have heart Thank You class of 2018 for giving me the greatest memories and
filling my heart so that I will never forget Thank You Catherine thank you Susie and
now ladies and gentlemen I would like to introduce the West high currents require
performing a song written by Mattie canter class of 2018 circle spins around it’s time to say good suit
– from dancing round
the night from ear-to-ear so the hands were gonna reel and remember singing it laughing including
okay machines and every and now ladies and gentlemen I would
like to introduce Diana Marie to introduce our second student speakers
class of 2018 good afternoon family friends and graduates and welcome
to the 2018 High School commencement ceremony my name is Diana Murray and I
have the great privilege of introducing you to our speaker and my great friend
Zena no feed for those of you who do not know Xena it is hard to summarize who
she is in such a short time throughout the years I have seen her grow into such
a role model and for voice for those who need it the most from leading multiple
walkouts such as the save our students gun law Reformation walk out which
rallied over 2,000 students to the more teachers of color walk out encouraging a
more diverse teaching staff she placed locally statewide and
nationally for forensics speech and debate Zainab was has received the first
title for the first african-american woman to rank and the inter scholastic
tournament I will never forget that day in middle
school when we were asked what we wanted to be whom he grow up at the same time
zeyneb and I both said president there is no person I rather run against in
2040 Sena I can’t wait to see all the exciting things that you accomplish in
the future so without further ado our speaker hello everyone my name is Zane I’m the
feed and we made it class of 2018 we made it all the way from the parking lot
to the inside of the building no I’m totally kidding but in all seriousness
of course I’d like to thank the parents and the teachers who put up with us on
the Monday mornings and stood with us throughout the years inspiring us to
view life within our hands now looking back I see the journey that we have all
made with one another and in all honesty when I sat down and I thought about ways
how to write this speech I became headstrong on the idea of making it
perfect summarizing the past four years how we’ve learned and grown into the
people we are today into a flawless three-minute rant and that is the exact
opposite of what everything is about see the cliche thing is to say that
we’re all grown and have been given the correct tools to succeed in life but
that would be a lie see the reality is we’re all imperfect we make mistakes and
keep making them yet we’ve spent the majority of our high school careers
striving for the perfect a CT score in any viewable social life and a flawless
application but I now see that what makes West one of my favorite places on
earth Art’s imperfections if you spend one day in a student’s shoes at West
you’ll see that mistakes are what make West great mistakes are what’s drive
students to make change such as leading walkouts and fighting for the black
lives matter movement mistakes or what energized the extraordinary student
artists to push social boundaries and ask tough questions and most importantly
mistakes are the one thing that remind us that in all our efforts whatever they
come to or don’t or how we meet the game of life each day so I hope you make
mistakes take the wrong bus run out of money major in philosophy because
there’s absolutely no way to make a career out of that change your mind and
change it again because nothing is permanent and you can make your future
what you want it to be so make as many mistakes as possible may all your lives
be filled with many successes important discoveries and endless happiness good
luck and congratulations to the class of 2018 and now ladies and gentlemen once again
I would like to introduce the West High Concert Choir this time performing a
song composed by class of 2018 graduate mr. Sain Grosvenor booth you can find a lot
right you’ll never when Santa never bag
Oh the talent represented by these students
is just amazing it’s awe-inspiring ladies and gentlemen I would like to
introduce the speaker who will introduce our guest speaker class of 2018 kinome
O’Day hi my name is Kannan O’Day throughout my lifetime I have felt
different unfamiliar or divergent to the crowd and never would I have ever
imagined having the opportunity to introduce this
guest this guest is not only special to me or anyone else who shares the same
religious background she is a representation of the pathway that many
of us are aspiring to embark on as leaders upon our graduation she was
co-president of the sophomore class co-funded an organization to raise
awareness about african-american history and wrote for the West High newspaper
last but not least she considered herself a bad tennis player well at
least were about to find out what she’s stellar at when she is 15 she stumbled
upon a book in the library that would change her life it was about an American
civil rights leader that to her surprise shared her faith reading the
autobiography of malcolm x is how she proclaims going from a Muslim in America
to being a Muslim American because she had learned how her faith was part of
the American story from day one now describing now describing her discovery
most of us can admit we truly found who we are as individuals in high school her
favorite class during her high school career was British history I’m gonna say
it again British history really let’s talk more
about that later she is very academically oriented
finishing high school in three years why three years the answer is always a lot
of parents upon learning of her achievements and accomplishments
I was emerged with joy because we have had similar milestones we both make
immigrated to America at a young age both ended up in Dearborn Michigan you
know so much more I’m excited and honored to be introducing Dahlia this
afternoon to brag I’d like to give myself credit for being one in the few
in the audience that is able to introduce her with an authentic
pronunciation of her name class of 2018 making applause applause loud and clear
for Dahlia Mujahid thank you so much
can we give Kanaan a round of applause for that very generous introduction
amazing I am absolutely thrilled to be here I mean truth is I’m relieved when I
pass through security and arrive anywhere I travel but even aside from
that I was so moved to get that email inviting me to give the commencement
address at my old high school class of 2018
you did it you endured endless exams homework moving your car every two hours
to be here today you must be very proud at this momentous occasion I want to
share with you one big idea one big idea that has helped me overcome fear and
accomplish some of my biggest dreams this idea I hope this lesson is helpful
to you as you start your new act in this play called life are you ready for it
here it is it’s the simple shift and perspective from asking yourself what do
I want to get to what would I like to give here’s what I mean
now I give speeches for a living but I have to admit I have to be honest with
you I agonized over this one for one thing it’s my first commencement address
and at my own school what do I say at this venue on this occasion an occasion
that is so important to all of you and of incredible personal importance to me
how do i impart sagely wisdom and change all of your lives forever in eight
minutes every time I came up with an idea it never felt clever enough cool
enough impressive enough so to try to get over my writer’s block I thought
when is the last time I felt this nervous about giving a talk and I
remembered how I felt before giving my TED talk now for anyone who isn’t
familiar getting invited to give a TED talk on the main stage is on many
people’s bucket lists it certainly was on mine you join Nobel prize-winning
scientists celebrities and best-selling authors on stage to share ideas worth
spreading naturally I felt completely unqualified
you stand on this big red circle on a stage by yourself under a spotlight
speaking to a room full of important famous people
I actually saw Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford in the audience when I was
giving my talk then your talk is put on line for millions of people to see so
you know no pressure and as if that weren’t enough the stakes for me were so
high because I was asked to talk about representing others
who weren’t being given the same privileged platform
I was asked to speak about being an American of the Islamic faith in 2016
during a campaign season where my community along with many other
communities were being scapegoated and demonized in unprecedented ways I was
using my personal story to give other people a voice and the weight of that
responsibility felt almost crippling and so I was absolutely terrified I wrote
and rewrote my speech right up to when I was on the plane flying from DC to
Vancouver I a ghen eyes over every word I practiced and rehearsed and cried and
rehearsed I pretty much bombed the dress rehearsal
now that’s just the figure of speech for anyone who is getting nervous that just
means I did really bad and so I spent the night before after the press after
the dress rehearsal practicing endlessly and finally there was no more time to
prepare the day had come and I was sitting in the auditorium at my session
watching the speakers who were going before me observing the audience there
was a room much like this one full of CEOs and movie stars how could I
possibly impress them what was I even doing there so sitting there waiting for
my name to be called I recited a prayer from mcaren that I always say before
speaking it is believed to be what Moses said
before he met and his magicians another pretty
intimidating audience and the prayer goes something like this my lord expand
my breath is my affairs untie my tongue so they may understand
my words it then hit me as I said this familiar prayer Moses didn’t pray for
eloquence he didn’t pray to impress anybody
he simply prayed to be understood he was concerned about giving his audience the
gift of truth in a way they could receive it not taking from them
admiration or being a celebrity and that is how he was able to address the most
powerful man in Egypt possibly the entire world at the time I wasn’t there
to get my audiences admiration I wasn’t there to take from them I wasn’t there
to impress them I was there to give them the gift of a new idea if my goal was
there to get their approval or acceptance I would not have been able to
take the stage I would have literally been frozen but when I changed my
mindset I was able to share my story now I won’t claim that all my anxiety went
away because it didn’t but it did become manageable I actually started to feel
excited about what I could share so they introduced my name and with my heart
beating a mile a minute I took the stage and began to speak if you watch the
video you can hear the trembling and my voice as I began
but I got stronger as I went on and then to my amazement they began to clap as I
built my argument and finally at the end this auditorium of unbelievably
accomplished people gave me a standing ovation two years later I still get
letters from people who’ve seen my talk that’s been viewed more than 2.5 million
times including the one that invited me to give this address today after seeing
this same TED talk I wouldn’t be here if I hadn’t changed the question I asked
myself from what do I want to get to what do I have to give this change in
perspective will transform how you see the world it will transform your
relationships it will transform your work have you ever felt afraid before
giving someone a gift probably not so much most of us are really excited when
we’re about to give someone a present that we picked out that we think is
amazing but have you ever felt scared when you’re asking for something have
you ever felt afraid of rejection afraid of not being impressive enough fear of
rejection can hold us back from some of our greatest accomplishments just as it
almost did when I was trying to give a TED talk but shifting our focus from
what we want to get to what we have to give makes us courageous so as you
celebrate your high school graduation by crossing the stage
know that you are the main protagonist on the stage of your life you decide
what questions to pose and what perspective to take instead of asking
what you want to get ask yourself what gift do I want to give to the world your
audience is waiting thank you thank you and now ladies and gentlemen
the moment we have all been waiting for for four long years class of 2018 as
principal of Madison West High School I certify that the students sitting here
today have met the graduation requirements set forth by the Madison
metropolitan school district and together they form the class of 2018 yes it’s real and at this time we’ll award
the plumbers to each student sitting in front of us we will begin on stage left
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High School please stand at this time please move your tassels
from the right to the left congratulations to the class of 2018 for DVD copies of this program go to
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