Slide 1: Do you remember…… Homecoming? Friday night Football games? Mock
Accident? PROM? Field Trips? Graduating?? Clubs and activities? Yeah, well….neither do some of us! : Yeah, well….neither do some of us! Hopefully, this slideshow will provide a jogging of your memories of the good times that we all shared at our years at Norwin High School. Norwin Class of 200010 Year High School Reunion : Norwin Class of 200010 Year High School Reunion “The NHS Years” Decade in Review : Decade in Review January 20, 2001: George Bush, Jr.’s reign begins!
September 11, 2001: America Attacked in NYC.
March 12, 2003: Global warning for SARS
June 5, 2004: Fmr. President Ronald Regan dies.
April 2, 2005: Pope John Paul II dies.
February 5, 2008: Stock market plunges and economic recession ensues.
January 20, 2009: Barack Obama, the first African-American president is inaugurated. In the Beginning….. : In the Beginning….. These were the best of times, the worst of times. Times filled with drama about boyfriends, girlfriends, football game scores, and so much more. Slide 6: If you think about it long enough, you’ll find yourself saying, “Where did the time go? or “I can’t believe it’s been ten years already.”
The hands of time have started to catch up with the dear old class of 2000 and now our worries have focused on more pressing issues – kids, husbands, wives, careers, etc. These are memories…. : These are memories…. That you will remember…. : That you will remember…. “I realized the significance of our graduation year in the third grade. I think we should have a hall of fame with everybody’s name on it.”
- Adam Baker, Pennon 1997 “I really want to go to college on athletic scholarship, but right now I have to get my grades up or I’m not going anywhere.”
- Jeanna Rayman, Pennon 1996 Slide 9: Show Choir Competition
May 2000 Slide 10: Norwin Knights
Athletics Slide 11: Norwin Knights
Athletics Slide 12: Dances, Proms and
Social Gatherings Slide 13: Class of 2000
Graduates! NHS Graduation: June 10, 2000 : NHS Graduation: June 10, 2000 Awards and Scholarships : Awards and Scholarships Valedictorian – Laurie Havrisko
Salutatorian – Diane Emert Though we may have left Norwin behind, one thing will always stay the same.It is that no matter where we go, nobody will know us better than we know each other.It is our shared memories and experiences that we have shared that has created an unbreakable bond between all of us. We were the first class of the millennium, and we set the GOLD standard. : Though we may have left Norwin behind, one thing will always stay the same.It is that no matter where we go, nobody will know us better than we know each other.It is our shared memories and experiences that we have shared that has created an unbreakable bond between all of us. We were the first class of the millennium, and we set the GOLD standard.