July Culminating Activity 2012-2013
Aah, I didn’t realize July is near to its end already because of all the busyness buzzing around lately. Senior year is indeed very stressful, but to think of it, College is even busier than this. How could people survive this kind of work without getting mental abnormalities? I believe, though, that I could get through this. We all will get through this.
To conclude all the activities for the month of July, we had a Culminating Activity last July 27, 2012. To be honest, I didn’t enjoy this year’s planned activity compared to last year. I really think we had more of a team scream last year compared to this one. Maybe it’s due to the fact that we’d been very busy in our studies that we less frequently meet up with our old friends now. I terribly miss them right now. And to think, our new section for this year is really.. well, let’s say, very grade-conscious. Their personalities are not that easy to mix with. But I know I’ll get used to it. :)
One of the main highlights for the afternoon was the Food Festival. Each section has representatives to cook in front of the whole student body. We were lamented to hear that we don’t have any Jingle Contest this year, which is usually our most awaited by level competition annually.
There were few song and dance numbers presented in front. I was just near him while at the same time assisting people around. You could really say I didn’t enjoy the program as well quite as much, but he and my friends were there so it made my day a bit enthusiastic.
The Dance Troop performed an upbeat Sinulog dance as an intermission number.
Sir Jojo, the Glee Club’s moderator, and Teacher Jane, also sang sweet OPMs in front of us. Eeee, the atmosphere was almost melting me because we were holding hands at this time :”“>
Next came the presentation of the Bulletin Board winners. Ours won the 2nd Place (yay!! Despite working on it for the 4th time already, I’m very proud and happy because we were the only seniors who bagged an award!). Then we had a short general cleaning.
Right after dismissal, we stayed near the hallway in silence, hand in hand, never caring about what others might think. Hahahaha. I was really enjoying this moment because we had background music as cues to our emotions. (Okay, I’ll shut up this romanticized descriptions now.)
I hope next month would be full of varying activities, not just prioritizing the clubs being enforced right now.