Westside High School`s graduation on Saturday includes two students who were wounded in a 1998 attack by two students at the district`s junior high school. The class would have included three students who were killed in the attack. The school near Jonesboro will place wreaths on three empty seats at the ceremony. The students who were wounded -- Jennifer Jacobs and Whitney Irving -- say they are both reluctant to graduate because of their bonds to their friends at the school. They say that the scars from the shooting six years ago remain, but that they have healed, too. Whitney says she plants to first go to technical school, then transfer to Arkansas State University in Jonesboro to earn a degree as a registered nurse. Jennifer wants to take basic courses at Black River Technical College before transferring to ASU, herself. In the shootings, four students and a teacher were killed. Ten others were wounded in the schoolyard ambush. ------ The two boys incarcerated for the shootings -- Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden -- were adjudicated as juveniles. They are to be released from prison when each turns 21. Johnson was 13 at the time of the shootings, and Golden was eleven.