Spanish River High Buries Time Capsule

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Spanish River High School buried a time capsule in the courtyard on Friday, May 15th. Coinciding with the release of the 2015 Tiburon Yearbook, the school’s yearbook staff hosted the community at a burial ceremony.

“This is the culminating effort from a fantastic year,” Tiburon Yearbook advisor Sean Delaney stated. “Sealing our 2015 time capsule in the vault will not only be a personal moment of satisfaction for myself and my yearbook staff, but a feather in the caps of all those involved.”
With over a year of planning, the Tiburon Yearbook staff carefully aligned its yearbook theme with the time capsule itself, making the year a true labor of love. The 2015 Spanish River Time Capsule will remain buried until 2035.
The contents of the time capsule will include:

Principal William Latson’s Letter to the Future
ALS Ice Bucket Autographed by Congressman Ted Deutch
The 2015 Tiburon Yearbook and Time Capsule DVD and Flash Drive
The Dating Doctor DVD Autographed by David Coleman
DNA Sample from Biotechnology
Baseball Bat from Spanish River Graduate and Toronto Blue Jays 3rd Baseman Danny Valencia
The Pieces Of 8 Literary Magazine
SGA-leadership T-shirt and Letters to Future Class Officers
A 2015 Spanish River Cheerleader Uniform and Pom-Poms
All Six Issues of the Award-winning Galleon Newspaper
The Senior DVD Donated by WSRH
Winning Game Ball from Televised Football Game Versus Olympic Heights
An Authentic River Sharks Ice Hockey Jersey
Acoustic Guitar Autographed by the 2015 Guitar Club
Plus Donations from the Silver Sound Marching Band, DECA, Red Cross Club, Chorus, Drama, Rah Club, First Priority, Cross Country, Bowling, Swimming, Environmental Club, National Art Honor Society, Autism Awareness and the Class of 2015

Mr. Delaney and the committee extend thanks to the following supporters and contributors:

Mr. Jim Fedele and Brang Construction, Inc.
Mr. Tom Souza and Personalized Experts
Ms. Sheryl Stiefel and the Spanish River PTSA
Mr. Richard Blackwell and the Palm Beach County Education Network
Mr. William Latson and the Spanish River Administration, Faculty and Staff

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