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History of big events
History of Big Events
It is very important that students attend the carnivals and events at ACS, to show appreciation to their school and celebrate what ACS has accomplished. I have interviewed Dr. Damon and Mr. Chapman about history of big events.
During 2003-2011, the biggest events were the prep rally and the carnival. They were the biggest events because they had a lot of space and lots of people attending. To prepare the carnivals, ACS would rent, buy, or ask parents to donate equipment. Student council would help organize events. Usually, ACS would have small events away from school such as plays and concerts. To set up an event (within the school) it would take 1,500 people, because people in ACS would contact other people to bring certain equipment. The money added up to enter a big event would be $3,000 because loads of people would attend, and the price is at least 10-15 L.L. In 2010, 2 events were postponed: Field Day (because of rain) and the carnival (because of political problems). The biggest number of people who would attend to the events was 1,800. The most popular event was the carnival because it was organized to have fun. The events had big difference back then from now because back then there were not many events and now there are carnivals and more trips students organized.
School events are really important because they show what the school has accomplished, and they help the school be a better place to be!
Article posted December 8, 2011 at 09:26 AM •
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