Students Bring the Funds, Clubs Provide the Fun
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Daisy Day will be this Friday before school is released for Spring Break. There will be no tests on Friday, giving student a well-deserved break from testing.
Clubs will set up tables to sell food, play games, paint faces, and much more. Clubs are hoping to raise money and attract new comers to join their club next year.
Daisy Day will also benefit the students who are buying from the booths. They get to be released out of class early to walk around, talk to friends, and eat after a long week of testing.
“Students gather for a day of relaxation before the start of Spring Break,” said junior Asher Russo.
On Daisy Day, students will attend shortened classes and lunch will be extended to 75 minutes instead of the Falcon Lunch. When released for lunch the students will have the choice to stick with their normal lunch routine or attend Daisy Day.
Once Daisy Day starts, the clubs will be waiting along the Kruger Walkway for students to walk up to the tables and buy from their booth. Prices at the booths will depend on what they are selling. Students with food allergies should be careful with food booths, and ask what the ingredients are to prevent an allergic reaction.
At the end of the day the students will return back to their sixth periods and resume the day like normal. During the seventh period, students will be able to attend the basketball game or stay in their seventh periods until the dismissal bell rings.
Once school is released, students will have a week off to go on vacation or hang around in Clear Lake. Classes will resume after a week, starting back up on March 20.