Last Saturday night, the entire student body participated in the Class Scramble, a class-bonding event. Students and sponsors dressed in their class’s colors with seniors wearing red, juniors white, sophomores blue, and freshman sporting black. The event included games like a solo-cup stacking challenge, people-powered tick-tac-toe, and of course the main event, the actual class scramble. Seniors took home first place, juniors second, sophomores third, and fourth place went to the Freshman.
On Sunday there were more class games at the Student Association (SA) picnic. There was a tug of war challenge, an ice t-shirt challenge, a mini tricycle race, and a bus push. There was also free time when students could participate in games of volleyball, soccer, or water balloon dodgeball. The SA officers did a great job planning the events that were fun for everyone.
To introduce themselves on Move-in Day, the SA officers dressed up in funky beach attire to go along with their theme for the school year, “Making Waves.”
Delanie Kamarad, Spiritual Vice-President, explained in her evening worship talk that every action we take, whether positive or negative, has an impact—or makes a wave—on someone else. She encouraged the students to make waves for Jesus by impacting the lives of others in a positive way.
We are proud to have such a positive team of student leaders, and here we introduce each one, with his or her goal for the school year (in order as pictured).
Weston Humphries, SA President
“My goal is for everyone to have a great year and for everyone to get to know each other more.”
Theron Treat, SA Vice President
“I want to make the school a more comfortable place for everyone.”
Delanie Kamarad, Spiritual VP
“My goal is to create less barriers between classes and peers and to encourage all of our students to be trained so that they can go out and be missionaries in whatever they do.”
Jessica Davis, Social VP
“I want to focus on communication between SA, the teachers, and the students. I also want to make sure that everybody has input in the decision making and that the student body knows that their opinions are valued.”
Susan Wang, Secretary
“My goal is to organize everything that is in my charge and to coordinate every SA member to work together.”
Conner Coe, Treasurer
“My goal is to raise money to help make this school year great for everyone, especially the new students.”
Eloi Dos Santos, Activities Director
“My goal for this year is to make students enjoy the activities throughout the year. Learning about God is the top priority here at Campion Academy, and I want to connect activities with God, so students will not only have fun, but they will learn about God and connect with other students. Although some students would rather choose not to enjoy the activities, I will try my best to make every student get engaged with the activity or event.”
Jessica Singon, Communications Director
“I hope that I communicate well between the staff and the students and that we all strive as SA members to have a successful school year.”
Jordi Morales, Tech Director
“I want to capture and recreate the different moments this year.”
Bela Cinco, Outreach Director
“My goal is for people to get closer to God through helping others.”
Article by Ashley Herber, Student Editor
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