NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP >> Every five seconds, 21 babies are born, 23,000 tweets are sent out and 100 cups of coffee are sold by Dunkin Donuts. “A lot can happen in five seconds,” said Jack Wheatley, one of three graduating seniors to address the Council Rock High School South Class of 2016 at this year’s graduation ceremony on June 10. Wheatley, who will be attending the honors college at Lehigh University where he will be majoring in mechanical engineering and business, encouraged his classmates to take life five seconds at a time.Senior Class President Josh Shikoff, who will be attending Penn State University where he will be majoring in business, encouraged his classmates to “live in the moment. “This is all so surreal. I can’t believe this moment is here,” he said, launching into a chorus of Nikki Minaj’s song, “Moment 4 Life.” While Shikoff encouraged his classmates to live in the moment, Phyllis Parkansky shared three “Keys to Success” with the graduating class. Parkansky, who will be attending the University of Pennsylvania where she will be majoring in biochemistry, said high school has given the graduates three major keys to future success. Earlier in the ceremony, Principal Al Funk joined the three graduating seniors in imparting words of wisdom and advice to Council Rock South’s newest batch of graduates. Funk also took a moment to publicly recognized 12th Grade Principal Charles D. Cassady, who received a standing ovation from the gathering. Cassady will be retiring after 44 years in education after guiding the graduating class over the last 720 academic days.