On Friday, December 7th, New Haven High School held a pep assembly-- something that hasn’t ever been held. The events that were held during the assembly were a snowman-making contest and a scavenger hunt. The following shows how people felt about it.
According to the student body, 95.7% of the students who answered the survey liked the pep assembly. Sophomore Natalie Buchheit answered, “[My favorite part of the assembly was] getting out of class and having fun with other classes.”
Claire Meyer, senior, was in charge of leading the pep assembly. She said, “My favorite part was getting to lead the whole thing and seeing how excited people were getting to be involved.” She encouraged the student body to get peppy and ready for the basketball games that would be held that evening prior to the 2018 Winter Ball.
Senior Kamryn Poe replied with, “I liked that everyone in our school got involved and made it a successful pep rally!”
Four students out of twenty-two responses said that they liked the scavenger hunt part the best. The scavenger hunt consisted of students starting in the middle of the gym. The students that were participating had to find certain objects that the leader, Claire Meyer, called out to find, like a Fitbit or a driver’s license.
A lot of the students that answered the survey said that playing in the pep band was the best part. The drumline played “The Cadences” to announce the dismissal of classes for the assembly.
Some people didn’t have a favorite part of the assembly. “It was all too good to have a favorite part!” said Cassie Kuhlmann, sophomore. “It was just what the school needed.”