Behind the Scenes of Wish Week: How Student Council Decorated the School

The night before the Opening Assembly, Student Council spent four hours decorating the school. See how they did it.

Caroline Pita '21 helps decorate the 9000s pod by hanging streamers Feb. 20. The pod was themed blue, for Wish Week.

by Amanda Brauchler, Editor In Chief

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Madeline Ramsey ’21 tapes red, paper circles to the wall of the 5000s pod Feb. 20. The 5000s was decorated with a LEGO theme, reflecting the Wish Kid’s wish of going to LEGOLAND.

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Izzy Daboub ’20 hangs paper coins from the ceiling of the 3000s pod Feb. 20. The 3000s was decorated with a Mario theme, reflecting Fabian’s love of the video game.

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Camryn Kramer ’22 helps hang blue streamers in the 9000s pod Feb. 20. The 9000s pod had a blue theme, representing Wish Week.

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Joshua Lederman ’22 staples blue butcher paper to the wall in the 8000s Feb. 20. Student Council planned the themes around each pod during their seventh-period class.

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Caroline Pita ’21 helps decorate the 9000s pod by hanging streamers Feb. 20. The pod was themed blue, for Wish Week.

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Brennan Crock ’20 hangs white streamer in the 9000s pod Feb. 20. The 2020 Wish Kid was Fabian, who wished to go to LEGOLAND with his family.

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Reagan Oates ’21 adds paper to the wall in the 5000s pod, adding to the LEGO-theme Feb. 20. Student Council decorated the school for four hours before the opening assembly.