Studio K, Thursdays, D-100 and E-100 Hallway
Starting off the fourth quarter with a fresh start, Studio K is holding board elections for the 2019-2020 school year and a potluck on Thursday, March 21.
“I hope that many people show interest in becoming leaders and role models in the club,” Studio K President Binh Tran said. “I am graduating this year, so our club is trying our hardest to find the next president and train them to be ready.”
Voting for elections will be at the second annual Spring Potluck, which will be held in the Coyote Ballroom. This will be the last get together for the three out of four board members that are graduating.
“This will probably be an emotional time since [most of the board members] are leaving,” Tran said. “It will also be a time of celebration, though, for the hard work we have put into our performances.”
Poly, Mondays/Fridays, C-100 Hallway
As Coyote Games comes to a close, Poly members are finalizing their performance for the assembly on Friday, March 8.
“For Coyote Games, the girls in Poly Club have been practicing a dance that I choreographed beforehand,” senior Jessica Mones said. “It was on a pretty late notice when we realized that we were performing at the Coyote Games, so the girls actually had a week to learn and perfect the dance.”
Since Poly has performed at the Coyote Games assembly before, they know what their priorities should be when preparing on a time crunch.
“We’ve been doing drills and going over the dance as many times as we can,” Mones said. “But I am still confident that the girls are going to walk out there confidently and try their best.”
Environmental club,1st and last Mondays, C-201
Moving forward with their goal to build more water bottle refill stations on campus, Environmental Club is selling Dave ‘n’ Buster’s play cards.
“The club wanted to pick Dave ‘n’ Busters because of how many students go there, and give them somewhere to go to enjoy themselves,” Environmental Club president Kyla Norman said.
Students can buy one of these cards from Ms. Martha Horner in room C-201 or one of the Environmental Club members. The cards range from $10-20 each.
“I personally believe that, with this money, we can get more filters for the fountains and continue to [prevent trash from getting] picked up around campus,” Norman said.[poller_master poll_id=”872″ extra_class=””]