On June 26, there was a letter to the editor regarding the recent “Grade Party” tradition that took place on the West Cuesta Ridge (“Partying SLO High graduates should clean up their mess”). While we understand that this tradition is reserved for San Luis Obispo’s graduating class, we were very disappointed to hear how much trash was left behind. Most SLOHS graduates are very appreciative of this opportunity to celebrate their four years of hard work and dedication with their closest friends.
For this reason, the SLOHS Class of 2018 is committed to preserving this privilege for generations to come and have taken it upon ourselves to clean up the mess left behind by our 2017 classmates to the best of our ability. We hope that this benefits the residents and visitors who come to this part of our beautiful county and does our part in caring for the environment that we oftentimes take for granted. We hope that this makes up for mistakes made in the past and can serve as a reminder to future graduates of why SLOHS has a student body that supports one another and respects the beautiful community that we all love and wish to maintain.
SLOHS Class of 2018
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