Traditionally, the task of organizing a class reunion was said to be the job of your senior class president. More often than not, many senior class presidents forget this was one of the responsibilities of their office. Most class presidents think their job is finished on graduation day…

Reunions usual begin 5 or 10 years after graduation because they are considered to be “Milestone Reunions.” In 2013, classes whose graduation year ends in either a 3 or an 8, would be celebrating a milestone reunion. For example: Class of 2008, this is your 5 year milestone; those from the Class of 2003, this is your 10 year milestone. Naturally, the two most important milestone reunions are the 25th and the 50th. No surprise there! Hopefully the SPHS Classes of 1988 and 1963 are busy working on their BIG reunion…

Remember your class doesn’t have to be celebrating one of these “milestones” to have a reunion ~ they can occur whenever you want to have a get-together. All it usually takes is for one classmate get “get the ball rolling.” So why not be that classmate and start planning one now? It can be a lot of work but it’ll be well worth your effort! Think of how much fun it would be to see some of your old classmates to talk about “the good old days…”

Ready to take on this challenge but need a copy of your class list and/or want some tips on where to begin? Contact: Ginny Buckley-Kessler (’73) @ 732-449-3196 or send her an e-mail: Irishginnybuck@aol.com. Please write: SPHS Reunion information on the subject line. Thanks!

Recent Reunion Photos:

Traditionally, the task of organizing a class reunion was said to be the job of your senior class president. More often than not, many senior class presidents forget this was one of the responsibilities of their office. Most class presidents think their job is finished on graduation day…

Reunions usual begin 5 or 10 years after graduation because they are considered to be “Milestone Reunions.” In 2013, classes whose graduation year ends in either a 3 or an 8, would be celebrating a milestone reunion. For example: Class of 2008, this is your 5 year milestone; those from the Class of 2003, this is your 10 year milestone. Naturally, the two most important milestone reunions are the 25th and the 50th. No surprise there! Hopefully the SPHS Classes of 1988 and 1963 are busy working on their BIG reunion…

Remember your class doesn’t have to be celebrating one of these “milestones” to have a reunion ~ they can occur whenever you want to have a get-together. All it usually takes is for one classmate get “get the ball rolling.” So why not be that classmate and start planning one now? It can be a lot of work but it’ll be well worth your effort! Think of how much fun it would be to see some of your old classmates to talk about “the good old days…”

Ready to take on this challenge but need a copy of your class list and/or want some tips on where to begin? Contact: Ginny Buckley-Kessler (’73) @ 732-449-3196 or send her an e-mail: Irishginnybuck@aol.com. Please write: SPHS Reunion information on the subject line. Thanks!

Recent Reunion Photos: