Freshmen learn the ropes

Staff, upperclassmen help welcome the incoming class

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  • Math teacher Anson Opara helps two students locate their classes. Students were encouraged to walk around the school in order to familiarize themselves with their schedules and the building.

    Ryan Barnett

  • Junior Koby Davis promotes DECA to incoming freshmen at the activities fair Aug. 28. Freshmen also met their advisors, learned their way around the high school, and found their classrooms.

  • Senior Al Woida speaks with freshmen about the Gay Straight Alliance at the activities fair Aug. 28. Freshmen had the opportunity to speak with upperclassmen about extracurriculars they are in to find the perfect sport, activities and clubs for them.

  • Junior Lilly Strathman speaks with two freshmen. Freshmen met with their Advisory teachers and participated in team bonding activities during the first half of Orientation.

    Ryan Barnett

  • English teacher Lindsey Meyer helps a student find their name tag. Students began the day with a presentation in the auditorium helping them to prepare for school.

    Ryan Barnett

  • Junior Isela Perez-Kauhaihao talks with incoming freshmen about her experience on the Police Explorers. This program is one of the many students could learn about during the activities fair Aug. 28.

  • An incoming freshman signs up to receive information about joining DECA. At the activities fair Aug. 28, freshmen could walk around to different tables to learn about the sports, clubs and activities the high school offers.

  • Math teacher Robert Otto plays basketball with a group of freshmen in the hallway during Freshman Orientation Aug. 28. Orientation was an opportunity for incoming students to meet with their teachers and prepare for the upcoming school year.

    Ryan Barnett

  • Freshmen Isaac Nelson and Aiden Jones play video games at the eSports booth during the activities fair. The activities fair is a way for freshmen to connect with school clubs and activities before the school year starts.

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