There are a lot of traditions and activities that happen here at Logan High. Homecoming week is no exception. Fun activities and traditions like painting the street, the powderpuff game and the dance are just a few examples. A lot of work goes on for these activities to be a reality. Most students don’t know about what goes on for the activities to happen. Alex Rasmussen is the Student Body Officer for Activities and Clubs. Curious, I asked him a few questions about what goes on behind the scenes.
Before the activities the Student Government committee has to figure out many things for our activities to be a reality. Putting their minds and thoughts together they must figure out what they want to do, what they need in order for it to happen, who can help, how much time they have and how much money is in their budget. An example of this is the parade happening this year. There are 7 SBOs along with teachers, janitors, administration and advisors. They have to plan all of the little tiny things or everything could go wrong. Students can help by telling their friends about the activities and going to them helps the best. They can go to the Student Government class and ask but what helps the most is being the best Grizzly you can be.
This year the Student Government want to accomplish their goal of having students enjoy their highschool years. Their hope is that students will want to go to the activities and want their friends to come as well. Encouraging student participation is the best way they have decided to get people to help out.
Now that you know of what goes on behind the scenes of activities I hope you appreciate them and go to more of the activities. Many people have come together to make this school the best that it can be. Don’t forget to thank the SBOs and all of the other people that help them to make our activities happen.