By Todd R. Hansen
Each night as the sunlight thins, yet brightens the line of the horizon, many dream about what is beyond the descending curve of the day.
But high school graduates see a rising horizon, with ascending paths going out in many directions from which to choose.
Jazzmene MccBerry, a Sem Yeto senior from the Fairfield High School campus, told her classmates Wednesday night that she lacked focus, lacked self-esteem “and didn’t have any hope for a future.”
It mattered not to her how many paths were in front of her, because they all led nowhere.