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The Week in Photos: Sept. 9-Sept. 15

This week’s collection of academics, activities and athletics photos.
Interact Club Communications Officer Eloise Stuart ‘24 meets with a table of club members during one of Interact Club’s weekly meetings in room 9100 Sept. 11. During the meeting, club members discussed their current and future service projects, such as fundraising for the Maui wildfires and working with other clubs on their drives and service projects. The meeting ran from 7:15 a.m. to 7:35 a.m. “[Interact] is a service-based club where we partner with [Rotary International] and organize outreach projects to help locally and globally. Right now, we are working on fundraising to help the Hawaii fires,” Stuart said. “I really like how are able to have an impact on the community around us. It helps us reach out in ways that we wouldn’t be able to do if we were individuals, so it’s nice to have a group. It’s really fulfilling and you get to have an impact on the community around you while getting service hours, so it’s mutually beneficial.” Reporting by Claire Bauer (media by Claire Bauer)
Jett Smith ‘26 and Jayden Fabela ‘25 present their brochures to classmates during the annual Travel Fair in Cydney Tinsley’s Aquatic Biology class Sept. 11. Students created brochures based on locations around the world and presented them to peers and teachers for 30 minutes during periods one and three. “I did my brochure on Lake Natron,” Smith said. “It’s a lake in Africa that’s pretty special because the water can turn red sometimes. There’s a bacteria in it that causes it, so I looked up some facts about it.” Reporting by Claire Bauer (media by Claire Bauer)
Cash Geist ‘27 sketches out an idea for a 3D art piece in his sculpture class during seventh period Sept. 12. Lindsay Hubbard’s class worked on their polymer clay projects, where they were assigned to use a piece of trash or old material to make it seem like it came back to life. “My favorite part has been experimenting with the clay,” fellow classmate Mackenzie Lawson ‘26 said. “I’m still deciding what exactly I’m going to make but I’m really excited to see how my project turns out.” Reporting by Em Carls, James Bogue, Sanaa Sow (media by Em Carls)
Varsity cheer base and tumbler Allison Arro ’25 smiles up at the flyer Aspen Hamilton ‘24 during a pyramid formation at the varsity football game against Denver East High School at All-City Stadium Sept. 8. The Jags beat the Angels 26-14 W. “I like being in front of the student section,” Arro said “The Jaguar snap [is my] favorite cheer [we do].” Reporting by Abigail Wood (media by Abigail Wood)

 

 

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