Tuesday, March 26, 2013

STUDENT ACTIVITIES: Sadie Hawkins Dance





Sadie Hawkins was a hit! On February 23, Fairmont Prep students gathered in the gym at 8 pm to dance the night away at the annual Sadie Hawkins dance. This years’ dance, hosted by the sophomore class, was themed Candyland. The gym was filled with color and excitement as everyone began arriving in their costumes. Students came dressed as their favorite candies or in their brightest colors. This definitely brightened up the night and costumes were a sight for sore eyes! They spanned a whole variety of candies, from Warheads to Kit Kats and Skittles.

-Contributed by Sylar H., Class of 2015

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

CLUBS: Encore for the Arts




Clubs have been outstanding thus far this year! Thank you to all the clubs that have been active and participated in events. With the school year coming to an end, we hope it has been a wonderful time filled with great memories. Club Rush was a success both times! If you missed out on a club this year, don’t worry. Be sure to charter the club of your choice next year! One outstanding club that deserves recognition is Encore for the Arts. They have surpassed all club expectations, being active and having fundraisers for what they love. When asked what his favorite moment was, Christopher Tsai (a member of Encore for the Arts) said “I feel like I’ve done something good. My favorite moment being in the club was when we were able to buy an instrument for underprivileged children that had the same love for music that we have.”  All clubs have been doing a great job and we hope you keep it up! If there are any suggestions for next year, just let ASB know! 

-Contributed by Azzam A., Class of 2014

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

ATHLETICS: Girls Soccer



 
The Lady Huskies Soccer team had a great start this season. Our girls have been working hard and making great progress! Our varsity soccer team was led by Team Captain Kiernan H. and coached by Coach Randy and Coach Alfredo. Our girls soccer team’s mental and physical strength were tested during games against very competitive schools which led to some very exciting and close games through the months of January and February. All the players played hard and built unity along the way. 

According to Indrani H. her favorite part of the season was "The exhilaration during games and also the sisterhood."  Coach Randy M.'s favorite memory of the season was the way that team always got along with each other and never quit regardless of what was happening on the field.
 
This season the Lady Huskies have given it their all!  Although they came up short against They played Saddleback Valley on February 6th, they fought valiantly until the final whistle blew. They battled through this season and promise to do the same next season!

-Contributed by Emma C., Class of 2013 & Amanda K., Class of 2015