During the freshman year of high school, I noticed that there are monthly school events that take place during lunch time and so, I would always visit them and have a great time. An example of a popular school event would be Back to School Blast. At this event, students can play games, such as water dunk, sumo wrestling and watch live musical performances. As time passed, I always wondered who ran these events because they always turned out fantastic and it seemed very enjoyable to organize. At first, I thought it was a club so, I went around asking other students if they know how I can join it.
Here I am where I belong. Back in May I was able to snatch a couple of tickets to the annual KCON, Which held a 2 night concert. This year the concert consist some of the newest and biggest stars from n korea. Of course with the popularity the tickets to the event was tremendously difficult to attain. I remember asking everyone in my class to open up a computer to help me get the tickets, even my teacher joined in as
Last summer before my freshman year, I sent her an email introducing myself and she was quite impressed by my ambitions, especially becoming a “geographical engineer.” I couldn’t wait to meet her in person at my orientation. When orientation came and I finally got to meet her, I was in for a pleasant start to my college career. She assigned me and all of her other advisees a project in
My trek first began sophomore year of High School when I heard about the infamous "Appalachia Mission Trip." When students talked about this trip, you got the impression that they had gone to New York City for a weekend bachelor party. As soon as I heard the upperclassmen guarantee it was the most fun they've had on school trip, I knew I had to experience it myself. As it turns out, I had no idea what I was signing up for until we had our first meeting. The intimidating 6 foot 10 inch Kyle Goldcamp, Ex-minor league basketball player and head of the Lasallian Ministry department, was the first to talk about the responsibility and hard work this trip entails.
The event I volunteer was at Scaregrove. I was helping out with the admission in the late evening shift. Scare grove is an annual event and is the most atmospheric Halloween event around, it is popular for older kids and teens for its frightening haunted house. There’s haunted house, jumpy house, live music and magic shows, carnivals rides and games throughout the wood, and crafts. Every year, this time around San Francisco Recreation & Parks have this Halloween event to celebrate this once a year holiday with the community.
Why do we have to work for five hours a week for a ten-minute show anyway? I have homework to do, and this marching band rehearsal is just a waste of time. All of the thoughts that went through my head before the band’s first Friday rehearsal reveal how I did not understand the greater purpose of each individual rehearsal throughout the season. On Fridays, the band practices for an hour and a half before playing at football games. We went out to go over the first movement of our show, Skitzo-Circuso-Phrenzia, to perform at halftime at the game that night.
We were all excited to be at the cabin and were looking forward to playing our annual “King of the Hill,” game! “King of the Hill,” is a long tradition in our family and we keep track of the winner each summer we play. This year was my year to win. Once I got to the Trampoline I could smell the brand new rubber because it was brand new I had got it for my fourteenth birthday this year. Me, Sam, Tyler, and the dads all counted down, “five, four,
I was such a good time and was really nice to see all of the college students tailgating with their whole family. It was a huge reunion between a lot of families in the Oakton area. On top of it all, Virginia Tech won! One week had flown by and as Sunday came around it was time to leave. I said my goodbyes and headed back to Virginia Tech around one with my roommate, McKenzie.
Good evening Father Russo, Mr. Boasso, parents, family and friends, and fellow future high school classmates. We are all gathered here tonight to celebrate a very important time in our lives. It seems like just yesterday we were walking through those big doors to start our Pre-K year, and here we are tonight leaving behind our elementary and junior high years and moving on to the next phase of our lives. We could all look at tonight with much sadness or we could look at it with happiness because we 're going to highschool. For many of us we have been here for ten years.
Hi guys, I have a great opportunity for you guys to help out at the upcoming National College Fair that will be held on Wednesday, October 21st, at the River Center. I have two slots for you to choose from if you are available to come answer prospective student 's questions and obviously get to have fun! The first shift is from 9am-12pm Second shift is from 6pm-8pm I hope you guys are both available that day! Your help will be greatly appreciated, as always I 'll be in the office next to the restroom if you guys like to talk more about the event. Kind