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The Week in Photos: Sept. 2-Sept. 8

Snapshots of this week’s student life.

Avery Pfannenstiel ‘26 purchases a Rice Krispies Treat from the food cart in the LMC Sept. 5. The cart also offered a variety of other snacks to choose from, such as hot cocoa, all at the cost of $1. “I think the cart is a good idea for Rock Canyon. It raises money [for the school],” Pfannenstiel said. Reporting by Quinn Barton (media by Quinn Barton)
JD Freivogel ‘24 practices guitar while looking at sheet music in Benjamin Dale’s period seven Guitar II Sept. 5. The class worked on various sheet music compositions and presented finger exercises. “It’s nice just having a class that’s kind of like a break from everything. I originally started taking it because I figured [that] practicing by myself wasn’t that fun, but if I forced myself to practice, however many times a week, then I could get good at it,” Freivogel said. Reporting by Dee Lee (media by Dee Lee)
Varsity boys soccer captain and center back Owen Creeden ‘24 smiles as he high-fives his teammates before the start of the home opener game against Arapahoe High School (AHS) at Echo Park Stadium Sept. 5. During the first half, AHS scored the only point of the game. The Jags lost 0-1 and now have a win/loss record of 1-3. “I was disappointed after the Arapahoe game. I thought I played decent, but have lots of room for improvement. The team struggled. I think lots of us were playing for ourselves and not [for] the team,” Creeden said. “We are not playing at the level I thought we would be at. We worry too much about ourselves and not the team. I am angry about the [win/loss] record but I’m looking forward to hopefully turning the season around, with League play starting this week.” The next game will take place against Heritage High School (HHS) at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 12. Reporting by Claire Bauer (media by Claire Bauer)
Clara Benko ‘24 laughs while preparing to play a game called “La Personne Précieuse” in AP French Language & Culture Sept. 6. The activity was used to help students get to know each other through the use of interview questions, all in French. “Because we have a combined class, it is often difficult to get to know the people that [aren’t] in your level,” Benko said. “In French, we always say that French is family. This helps us actually achieve that.” Reporting by Sanaa Sow (media by Sanaa Sow)
 

 

 

 

 

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