A “Mustang Round-Up” of good things from your Chugiak Yearbook Staff!
January was crazy busy with so many good things! February shows no signs of slowing down. Big events coming up is State Hockey today through this weekend, more basketball, State Championships for DDFFeb 17-19, the Musical Feb 24-26, Youth Art Month coming up in March, and of course three four-day weeks in a row leading to Spring Break! Pencil in your calendars and then read on to see all the things you may have missed the last six weeks.
MINI MUSTANGS: In early January, Chugiak Hoops hosted a Mini Mustangs basketball camp which featured performances from the kids at halftime of the Girls v. Service game. Photos by Hailey, Rowan, Jay, and Suella.
RED OUT SPIRIT WEEK: Lots of RED was worn and bragging rights secured.
HOW TO SAVE A LIFE: Mrs. Alex’s classes dissected sheep and moose hearts and practiced phlebotomy on super high-tech prop arms in early January.
MINI MUSTANGS CHEER: Basketball Cheer hosted a Mini Mustangs Cheer camp with a halftime show in late January. Photos by Abby.
READY FOR STATE: DDF completed their last two season Tournaments at Bartlett and Dimond. They are prepping for State Championships at East High next Thursday. If you want to support the team, you can buy some limited edition stickers and pins and wear them Thursday.
HOCKEY SENIOR NIGHT: ERHS and CHS Celebrated their annual joint senior night on Jan 24. Chugiak got the win! Photos by Laura and Hockey’s Facebook page.
POTTERY CLUB BEGINS: Pottery club started meeting again Wednesdays after school. Teachers are welcome to come by and say hello. Photos by Hailey and Rowan.
SHELFIE: The new yearbook cover proof is in so we can display what Senior’s yearbook shelf stack will look like. Order a yearbook today for $5 off with code LOVE at http://www.yearbookforever.com ! Photos by Jay.
TEACHER APPRECIATION: Basketball and Cheer celebrated their favorite teachers on Tuesday, Feb 8th. Photos by Hailey and Camryn.
WE ARE CHUGIAK: Tuesday’s games versus Bartlett resulted in two tough losses, but the boys’ game stayed competitive right to the end. Cheer and Pep Band contributed to the spirit, and some teachers were even spotted grading papers in the back row. Photos by Hailey and Camryn
BLOWING STUFF UP: Mr. Kinder’s class braved the snow to blow some stuff up. Photos by Skye.
TEA Party: The Taking Environmental Action Club hosted a Tea Party fundraiser on Thursday and raised over $200! Photos by Megan and Rowan.
FULL SEND-OFF: Hockey was sent to State in style with an assist from Cheer. Photos by Hailey.
That’s it for this edition of Good Things Round-up. We’ll see you again around Spring break!