On Sunday April 4th, the upperclassmen enjoyed bowling, laser tag, and pizza at The Summit in Windsor for the Junior/Senior Banquet. The students had a chance to get off campus and have fun together: an uncommon opportunity during the pandemic.
“The banquet was an absolute blast!” said Edward Camas, junior. “It was a nice stress reliever considering that I was in quarantine for the past week (due to a COVID-19 exposure). Overall the event was amazing and I hope we can do more things like this in the future.”
The junior class officers plan the event annually as a gift to the seniors. COVID restrictions made it challenging to come up with safe options for the activity. Regan Garman, junior class president, shared, “Junior/Senior Banquet was fun to plan with my fellow class officers, but one of the biggest challenges was trying to come up with an idea that everyone would enjoy.”
The banquet was held in a private party lounge with its own bowling lanes, and the students shared that the evening was a success. Tiffany Dien, senior, commented, “Although I haven’t been good at bowling in the past, it was very memorable because I made three strikes the whole night! I definitely had a fun time during my last banquet.”
The night ended with laughs and bonding over homemade desserts on campus.
Campion News Team with Andy Obregon, Guest Contributor
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