School year kicks off with evening carnival

Sarah Selzer
Senior Reporter

Students finished the first two days of classes with a back-to-school carnival and dance, complete with a bouncy house, face painting, and temporary tattoos, as well as blue and pink cotton candy, popcorn, and root beer floats.

“This is a great way to kick off the school year,” sophomore Daniella Lucio said. “Seeing all the grades come together to just have fun and interact really brings a great sense of school spirit.”

Miranda Lis paints Gaby Messino's face during the back-to-school-carnival last night. Brightly colored carnival themed decorations lined the walls outside the little theater. The evening included dancing, a bouncy house, and root beer floats.
Miranda Lis paints Gaby Messino's face during the back-to-school-carnival last night. The evening included dancing, a bouncy house and root beer floats. | Photo: Ashley Latham

Student Council members ran food and activity booths outside the Little Theater, while the dance took place inside, with other officers DJing.

The Senior Class painted carnival-goer’s faces with Convent and Stuart Hall logos and hearts, while students self-applied temporary tattoos of animals, flowers and cartoon character’s faces.

“Student Council worked hard to create the best carnival we could,” SHHS treasurer Patrick Wong said. “It’s great to see everyone enjoying themselves and having a blast.”

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