Over the first weekend back on campus, Campion Academy participated in our annual Class Scramble. Although it was similar to years past, students and staff took extra precautions relating to COVID-19. Student Association (SA) officers took on the challenge of creating new games and rules to ensure that everyone had fun safely.
For the second year in a row, the senior class of 2021 kept up their winning streak and came out on top. Milka Mendoza, senior, stated, “I was super glad we were even able to still do it, and thankful for the SA officers and the staff who set everything up. It felt so good to win for a second time in a row! I’m super excited to see how our class can continue to make memories despite everything else going on. We did get a little scared of losing, but we pulled it off! It all worked out because we came together as a class.” The other classes didn’t make it easy for the seniors to win; it was a tight race between the seniors and the sophomores, who came in second.
The event was held outside, everyone wore masks, and the new games allowed for social distancing. Some students embraced safety by decorating their masks and finding creative ways to take pictures. Kylie Wehling, SA Spiritual Vice President, said, “Being on SA this year, we had the challenge of thinking of new ways to stay safe with social distancing while still being able to have fun with our classes. Even though a lot of the normal Class Scramble games had to change, such as man-overboard and men-in-a-boat, I think everyone was still able to have tons of fun and enjoy bonding time with their classes.”
In years prior, Class Scramble has been followed up on Sunday with SA Picnic: a series of class competitions put on by the SA officers. This year, unfortunately, the low air quality from local mountain fires put that on hold. Campion is still planning on having this event on a day where there is less smoke and we can ensure the safety of everyone on our campus.
Students dressed up in their designated class colors, painted their faces, and lost their voices cheering during the Student Association's (S.A.) annual Class Scramble and picnic competitions on Saturday night and Sunday.
Class Scramble is a long-standing tradition at Campion in which classes bring a variety of random items to their corners of the gym and try to be the first to the center when an item is called. The event also includes unique games the S.A. plans each year such as a paper airplane toss, a tic-tac-toe relay, and a football shot. This year the juniors upset the seniors during the Saturday night event which is typically dominated by seniors.
However, the senior class came back strong on Sunday morning during the competitions at S.A. Picnic and won all events. Anchored by dedicated weight-lifter, Hunter Bergondo, the seniors quickly took the lead in the tug-of-war. Despite their size disadvantage, they also won the mini-bike race relay. Other events included a tire-roll relay and pushing the school bus from the entrance of campus to the front of the Ad building.
Photos by Jill Harlow
Video edited by Bela Cinco, SA Communication Director
Freshman Scramble Photos
Sophomore Scramble Photos
Junior Scramble Photos
Senior Scramble Photos