Photo Gallery: This Week at GB, 4-14-15

HARDWORKING+ART%3A+In+Mr.+Ron+Owens+ceramics+class%2C+junior+Bailey+Bradford+smooths+out+the+edges+of+her+box.+Bradford+wanted+to+make+it+look+nice+since+she+will+have+it+for+a+long+time.+%E2%80%9CI+take+as+much+time+as+I+need+so+I+can+get+my+best+quality+work%2C%E2%80%9D+Bradford+said.+Photo+by+Nishita+Fernandes

HARDWORKING ART: In Mr. Ron Owens ceramics class, junior Bailey Bradford smooths out the edges of her box. Bradford wanted to make it look nice since she will have it for a long time. “I take as much time as I need so I can get my best quality work,” Bradford said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes

HARDWORKING ART: In Mr. Ron Owens’ ceramics class, junior Bailey Bradford smooths out the edges of her box. Bradford wanted to make it look nice since she will have it for a long time. “I take as much time as I need so I can get my best quality work,” Bradford said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes

SMILE AND POSE: In Mrs. Amelia Rider’s Photography 1 class, freshman Mackenzie Montoya sits on the bench, laying back and watching her friends pose for some snapshots on April 16.  “I enjoy taking pictures, eating food, and going on my phone. It’s very relaxing,” Montoya said. Photo by Sanjna Saini
In Mrs. Amelia Rider’s Photography 1 class, freshman Mackenzie Montoya sits on the bench, laying back and watching her friends pose for some snapshots on April 16. “I enjoy taking pictures, eating food, and going on my phone. It’s very relaxing,” Montoya said. Photo by Sanjna Saini
To test a lab result for balance on April 15, junior Cole Arey twirls in a chair for Mr. Lisa Goldsmith’s Physiology class. “We were designing out our own labs in the group and I was testing balance on a duct tape line on the ground after spinning on the chair. I felt really dizzy. I decided to spin in the chair because the people running the experiment wanted me to try it,” Arey said. Photo by Sanjna Saini
To test a lab result for balance on April 15, junior Cole Arey twirls in a chair for Mr. Lisa Goldsmith’s Physiology class. “We were designing out our own labs in the group and I was testing balance on a duct tape line on the ground after spinning on the chair. I felt really dizzy. I decided to spin in the chair because the people running the experiment wanted me to try it,” Arey said. Photo by Sanjna Saini
In the library after school, senior Jacob Elliott grabs a geometry textbook for a student. Elliott’s favorite part about working in the library everyday after school from 3-3:30 pm, is that he has great friends there. “We like to gossip and crack jokes twenty-four 7. It’s a good community to be around. Books, fun people, and laughter.” Elliott said. Photo by Selena De La Torre
In the library after school, senior Jacob Elliott grabs a geometry textbook for a student. Elliott’s favorite part about working in the library everyday after school from 3-3:30 pm, is that he has great friends there. “We like to gossip and crack jokes twenty-four 7. It’s a good community to be around. Books, fun people, and laughter.” Elliott said. Photo by Selena De La Torre
In Mr. Mike Valentine’s AP European History classroom after school, sophomore Jason Paul writes down what he thinks he’ll need to know for the AP exam on May 8. What made Paul decide to go to the study sessions every Monday and Wednesday after school was so he can do well on the exam. Even though Paul finds the class challenging, he still enjoys it. “History is a very fun subject so if you know how to go and study for the class, then it can be a fun class,” Paul said. Photo by Selena De La Torre
In Mr. Mike Valentine’s AP European History classroom after school, sophomore Jason Paul writes down what he thinks he’ll need to know for the AP exam on May 8. What made Paul decide to go to the study sessions every Monday and Wednesday after school was so he can do well on the exam. Even though Paul finds the class challenging, he still enjoys it. “History is a very fun subject so if you know how to go and study for the class, then it can be a fun class,” Paul said. Photo by Selena De La Torre
In the library first period, sophomore Morgan Ransdell works on her math skills. Although math isn’t her favorite subject, she practices her money math skills by solving problems and using plastic coins and fake paper money. “It’s to help you get ready for graduation and see if you can get a good degree in math and other school subjects too,” Ransdell said. Photo by Reese Richmond
In the library first period, sophomore Morgan Ransdell works on her math skills. Although math isn’t her favorite subject, she practices her money math skills by solving problems and using plastic coins and fake paper money. “It’s to help you get ready for graduation and see if you can get a good degree in math and other school subjects too,” Ransdell said. Photo by Reese Richmond
During first period, juniors Allison Cooper and Kylie Sommer sit in the sun and talk with each other. Since Sommer is a teacher’s intern and Cooper is a teacher’s assistant, they were allowed a break from their class so they went outside and took advantage of the nice weather. “Usually we go to the library because we finish our work that she has us do then we go do our homework in the library, but it’s really nice out today,” Sommer said. Photo by Reese Richmond
During first period, juniors Allison Cooper and Kylie Sommer sit in the sun and talk with each other. Since Sommer is a teacher’s intern and Cooper is a teacher’s assistant, they were allowed a break from their class so they went outside and took advantage of the nice weather. “Usually we go to the library because we finish our work that she has us do then we go do our homework in the library, but it’s really nice out today,” Sommer said. Photo by Reese Richmond
In Mr. Brad Cordell’s Ceramics class third period, seniors Konrad Shepherd and Michael Van Airsdale talk about Smash Bros characters and which are their favorites. As they discussed what characters they looked forward to seeing in the next update, Shepherd and Van Airsdale talked about what characters were their favorites. “I like Sonic because he is one of the fastest characters in the game and practically all his moves turn into combos,” Van Airsdale said. Photo by Nicole Svistun
In Mr. Brad Cordell’s Ceramics class third period, seniors Konrad Shepherd and Michael Van Airsdale talk about Smash Bros characters and which are their favorites. As they discussed what characters they looked forward to seeing in the next update, Shepherd and Van Airsdale talked about what characters were their favorites. “I like Sonic because he is one of the fastest characters in the game and practically all his moves turn into combos,” Van Airsdale said. Photo by Nicole Svistun
In Mr. Brad Cordell’s Ceramics class third period, sophomore Cassie Hamilton a design for her cosplay draws in her sketchbook. Hamilton planned on attending SacAnime, a smaller, more local version of Comic Con, September 4-6 in a gender bent Jack Skeleton. “Sewing is pretty difficult but I enjoy that you get to create your own clothes,” Hamilton said. Photo by Nicole Svistun
In Mr. Brad Cordell’s Ceramics class third period, sophomore Cassie Hamilton a design for her cosplay draws in her sketchbook. Hamilton planned on attending SacAnime, a smaller, more local version of Comic Con, September 4-6 in a gender bent Jack Skeleton. “Sewing is pretty difficult but I enjoy that you get to create your own clothes,” Hamilton said. Photo by Nicole Svistun
In Mrs. Amelia Rider’s first period photography class, freshman Emily Ginnever takes a small break from taking pictures and talks with her friends. In the class, students did photo assignments every few weeks using different techniques of shooting. This week, they were working on a sports magazine cover made on photoshop. “It’s fun and I get to hang out with my friends,” Ginnever said. Photo by Melissa Goni
In Mrs. Amelia Rider’s first period photography class, freshman Emily Ginnever takes a small break from taking pictures and talks with her friends. In the class, students did photo assignments every few weeks using different techniques of shooting. This week, they were working on a sports magazine cover made on photoshop. “It’s fun and I get to hang out with my friends,” Ginnever said. Photo by Melissa Goni
 To get a good grade on his calculus test, junior Travis Turner takes time during his first period intermediate guitar class to study. On April 15, Turner stepped out of the classroom, away from the noise and into the nice weather, to review his math. “After I practice guitar, I take time to do homework or study for my other classes,” Turner said. Photo by Melissa Goni
To get a good grade on his calculus test, junior Travis Turner takes time during his first period intermediate guitar class to study. On April 15, Turner stepped out of the classroom, away from the noise and into the nice weather, to review his math. “After I practice guitar, I take time to do homework or study for my other classes,” Turner said. Photo by Melissa Goni
At the second AP Government study session, senior Delaney Crabtree writes notes as government teacher, Jarrod Westberg, recaps every unit since the beginning of the year. Hour long study sessions were provided for every student that had taken or were currently taking the AP Government course. “I like the study sessions because it allows students to, in a way, re learn what they might have forgotten. For me, I am in the AP Government block class, so the sessions refresh my memory from units that I learned way at the beginning of the year,” Crabtree said. Photo by Michaelan George
At the second AP Government study session, senior Delaney Crabtree writes notes as government teacher, Jarrod Westberg, recaps every unit since the beginning of the year. Hour long study sessions were provided for every student that had taken or were currently taking the AP Government course. “I like the study sessions because it allows students to, in a way, re learn what they might have forgotten. For me, I am in the AP Government block class, so the sessions refresh my memory from units that I learned way at the beginning of the year,” Crabtree said. Photo by Michaelan George
Among other friends at lunch, seniors Kaylynn Wilkes and Alex Benz try to make sense of a government packet together. The reading quiz was the same day that Benz and Wilkes were studying the packet. “I try to study the night before, but I always end up forgetting and studying the day of at lunch. My schedule after school is really busy so I have to prioritize my homework into what I need to spend a lot of time on and what I can squeeze in at lunch,” Wilkes said. Photo by Michaelan George
Among other friends at lunch, seniors Kaylynn Wilkes and Alex Benz try to make sense of a government packet together. The reading quiz was the same day that Benz and Wilkes were studying the packet. “I try to study the night before, but I always end up forgetting and studying the day of at lunch. My schedule after school is really busy so I have to prioritize my homework into what I need to spend a lot of time on and what I can squeeze in at lunch,” Wilkes said. Photo by Michaelan George
To spend time with his friend before school starts, seniors Arya Mousavi and Robbin Bagga talk minutes before first period starts. “I’d rather wait for class to start with my friend than wait inside because you can catch up with those friends you don’t always see,” Mousavi said.  Photo by Lindsay Withrow
To spend time with his friend before school starts, seniors Arya Mousavi and Robbin Bagga talk minutes before first period starts. “I’d rather wait for class to start with my friend than wait inside because you can catch up with those friends you don’t always see,” Mousavi said. Photo by Lindsay Withrow
To get the correct soccer jersey, freshman Shayla Boley has to walk more than 2.5 miles home and back before the game against Folsom High School starts. “I hope I make it home in time because I really want to play in the game,” Boley said. Doing her best to be back in time proves Boley’s love for soccer. Photo by Lindsay Withrow
To get the correct soccer jersey, freshman Shayla Boley has to walk more than 2.5 miles home and back before the game against Folsom High School starts. “I hope I make it home in time because I really want to play in the game,” Boley said. Doing her best to be back in time proves Boley’s love for soccer. Photo by Lindsay Withrow
To bring awareness to the Day of Silence, GSA co-vice president Delaney Crabtree writes in chalk on the quad sidewalks giving information trying to get others to participate. The GSA handed out papers for students to wear around their necks giving information to others as to why they aren’t speaking on April 17. “I joined GSA because it’s an opportunity to be apart of a group that is incredibly accepting and welcoming, as well as incredibly active when it comes to making changes on campus to better the LGBT community.” Crabtree said. Photo by Kristen Goldman
To bring awareness to the Day of Silence, GSA co-vice president Delaney Crabtree writes in chalk on the quad sidewalks giving information trying to get others to participate. The GSA handed out papers for students to wear around their necks giving information to others as to why they aren’t speaking on April 17. “I joined GSA because it’s an opportunity to be apart of a group that is incredibly accepting and welcoming, as well as incredibly active when it comes to making changes on campus to better the LGBT community.” Crabtree said. Photo by Kristen Goldman
To announce the Day of Silence taking place on April 17, sophomore Megan Gallant writes information in the quad using chalk after school. The Day of Silence is a national student led event that illustrates the silencing effect of bullying. “Day of Silence has been going on here for at least 4 years. It’s been a way to bring awareness to the injustices done to the LGBT community.” GSA club co-vice president senior TJ Conway said. Photo by Kristen Goldman
To announce the Day of Silence taking place on April 17, sophomore Megan Gallant writes information in the quad using chalk after school. The Day of Silence is a national student led event that illustrates the silencing effect of bullying. “Day of Silence has been going on here for at least 4 years. It’s been a way to bring awareness to the injustices done to the LGBT community.” GSA club co-vice president senior TJ Conway said. Photo by Kristen Goldman
Out shooting for photography freshman Ramzi Taha climbs into a tree to pose  for other students in the class so they could get their shots for the project that they have to turn in soon. For the project they were working on they were required to show different photography compositions Taha climbed the tree in order to model framing. Photo by Hannah Bociek
Out shooting for photography freshman Ramzi Taha climbs into a tree to pose for other students in the class so they could get their shots for the project that they have to turn in soon. For the project they were working on they were required to show different photography compositions Taha climbed the tree in order to model framing. Photo by Hannah Bociek
To finish his project in Mr. Steve Fischers photography class, junior Josh Redford sits at his computer the majority of the period on photoshop editing his photos and putting them on another document to finish the project. He was working on a project about action shots, he had to use different techniques and change the settings on the camera multiple times in order to show action in a photo, even though the project was difficult for him he was still able to get it done. “This class helped me learn how to do a lot of new things like different skills on photoshop and how to change camera settings to get them how I want them to make the picture turn out well,” Redford said. Photo by Hannah Bociek
To finish his project in Mr. Steve Fischers photography class, junior Josh Redford sits at his computer the majority of the period on photoshop editing his photos and putting them on another document to finish the project. He was working on a project about action shots, he had to use different techniques and change the settings on the camera multiple times in order to show action in a photo, even though the project was difficult for him he was still able to get it done. “This class helped me learn how to do a lot of new things like different skills on photoshop and how to change camera settings to get them how I want them to make the picture turn out well,” Redford said. Photo by Hannah Bociek
To have a good time at lunch you have to talk about random things like freshmen Mackenzie Hall is telling us a story about her putting a piece of bread on her cat to copy a trend where you put a piece of on your dog and say its a half “bread” but she couldn't use her dog so she used her cat.” I was going to use my dog but my mom said ‘no it was dog abuse’ I used my cat Instead but it was hard to use my cat she keep running away but it was really” said Hall. Photo by Dillon Wilder
To have a good time at lunch you have to talk about random things like freshmen Mackenzie Hall is telling us a story about her putting a piece of bread on her cat to copy a trend where you put a piece of on your dog and say its a half “bread” but she couldn’t use her dog so she used her cat.” I was going to use my dog but my mom said ‘no it was dog abuse’ I used my cat Instead but it was hard to use my cat she keep running away but it was really” said Hall. Photo by Dillon Wilder
To kick senior Luke Molina is working on his spin hook kick before school on April 16. He is striving to become a pro athlete in an underground sport called tricking. If we wants to get better that means he has to constantly work on his basics. “I can always work on the harder flips and kicks but they will look very bad and sloppy if I do not work on my basics all the time,”  Molina said. Photo by Dillon Wilder
To kick senior Luke Molina is working on his spin hook kick before school on April 16. He is striving to become a pro athlete in an underground sport called tricking. If we wants to get better that means he has to constantly work on his basics. “I can always work on the harder flips and kicks but they will look very bad and sloppy if I do not work on my basics all the time,” Molina said. Photo by Dillon Wilder
Along with some of the Girl’s Varsity Soccer team, freshman Isabella Perez sits on the floor during a time-out against Folsom. 20 minutes before the game ending with a tie of 1:1, their coach brings them all together to tell them strategies and encouragements for them to play diligently for the remaining time left. “I must have determination when the game is about to end. I always try to leave it out on the field even if I am tired,” Perez said. Photo by David Goni
Along with some of the Girl’s Varsity Soccer team, freshman Isabella Perez sits on the floor during a time-out against Folsom. 20 minutes before the game ending with a tie of 1:1, their coach brings them all together to tell them strategies and encouragements for them to play diligently for the remaining time left. “I must have determination when the game is about to end. I always try to leave it out on the field even if I am tired,” Perez said. Photo by David Goni
To hit a perfect serve, sophomore Austen Berry strikes confidently to make the ball over the net to practice games during their 3:00 p.m. practice on April 15. According to Berry, you must plan ahead of time and not improvise during the match. “Adjust yourself if needed to play well,” Berry said.  Photo by David Goni
To hit a perfect serve, sophomore Austen Berry strikes confidently to make the ball over the net to practice games during their 3:00 p.m. practice on April 15. According to Berry, you must plan ahead of time and not improvise during the match. “Adjust yourself if needed to play well,” Berry said.
Photo by David Goni
Waiting for someone to need a tutor junior Mark Zagaynov flips through a book while in the library. Tutors were always there after school for free to help anyone who needed it.  “I do it for the credit and to help people,” Zagaynov said. Photo by Claudia Moore
Waiting for someone to need a tutor junior Mark Zagaynov flips through a book while in the library. Tutors were always there after school for free to help anyone who needed it. “I do it for the credit and to help people,” Zagaynov said. Photo by Claudia Moore
Beside each other, senior Alexis Farr and junior Matt Garza plan out their photos for senior ball. Farr had surprised Garza by asking him at their work one day. Fellow senior Catie Hines helped her come up with the idea, and when Garza left to go pick up some snacks, they set to work displaying tons of taco bell sauce packets that spelt out Senior Ball?.  “It was very spontaneous, the way it happened.” Farr said. “The adrenaline rush when he came  into the store and I guided him to the table where the sauces were,” was best part of asking for Farr. Luckily, he said yes right away and didn’t make her sweat it out. Photo by Claudia Moore
Beside each other, senior Alexis Farr and junior Matt Garza plan out their photos for senior ball. Farr had surprised Garza by asking him at their work one day. Fellow senior Catie Hines helped her come up with the idea, and when Garza left to go pick up some snacks, they set to work displaying tons of taco bell sauce packets that spelt out Senior Ball?. “It was very spontaneous, the way it happened.” Farr said. “The adrenaline rush when he came into the store and I guided him to the table where the sauces were,” was best part of asking for Farr. Luckily, he said yes right away and didn’t make her sweat it out. Photo by Claudia Moore
To avoid dropping her sandwich junior Erin Cline contains her laughter during lunch on April16. Her friends were in a debate over if peanut butter is better than Nutella and the conversation got a little too heated. Cline thought the conversation was ridiculous and very random so she found it funny. "It's sometimes hard to eat your whole lunch during lunch because you are trying to catch up with your friends. Also on other times my friends come up with the most random and humorous dialogues and then I still won't finish my lunch because I'm cracking up with laughter," Cline said. Photo by Ambreen Siddiqui
To avoid dropping her sandwich junior Erin Cline contains her laughter during lunch on April16. Her friends were in a debate over if peanut butter is better than Nutella and the conversation got a little too heated. Cline thought the conversation was ridiculous and very random so she found it funny. “It’s sometimes hard to eat your whole lunch during lunch because you are trying to catch up with your friends. Also on other times my friends come up with the most random and humorous dialogues and then I still won’t finish my lunch because I’m cracking up with laughter,” Cline said. Photo by Ambreen Siddiqui
Behind a salad, junior Frances Strnad prepares her Cesar salad on April 16 during lunch. The salad came in package that contained cheese, croutons, and chicken. Not only did she bring a salad, she also brought water and apple slices to accommodate her healthy living style. "Healthy eating is a priority in my household and I really enjoy that. I feel more energized and focused at school. Healthy eating prevents me from becoming lazy and tired," Strnad said. Photo by Ambreen Siddiqui
Behind a salad, junior Frances Strnad prepares her Cesar salad on April 16 during lunch. The salad came in package that contained cheese, croutons, and chicken. Not only did she bring a salad, she also brought water and apple slices to accommodate her healthy living style. “Healthy eating is a priority in my household and I really enjoy that. I feel more energized and focused at school. Healthy eating prevents me from becoming lazy and tired,” Strnad said. Photo by Ambreen Siddiqui
To take home the chair he made, sophomore Tyler Gregory, with his friend Rohan Dhamejani, carry the chair across campus. Gregory made the chair in woodshop, a class he loves because he can express himself and make what he wants. “It took me six weeks to make my chair, and it’ll go on the patio at my house,” Gregory said. Photo by Ava Lindley
To take home the chair he made, sophomore Tyler Gregory, with his friend Rohan Dhamejani, carry the chair across campus. Gregory made the chair in woodshop, a class he loves because he can express himself and make what he wants. “It took me six weeks to make my chair, and it’ll go on the patio at my house,” Gregory said. Photo by Ava Lindley
To play as the new Pokemon character, freshman Jacob Kwiatkowski and Joe Duckhorn stay on campus after school together. They’re playing Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS. “Mewtow just came out, so we’re playing as him. I love Smash Bros, and have been in the Smash Club since the beginning of the year,” Duckhorn said. Photo by Ava Lindley
To play as the new Pokemon character, freshman Jacob Kwiatkowski and Joe Duckhorn stay on campus after school together. They’re playing Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS. “Mewtow just came out, so we’re playing as him. I love Smash Bros, and have been in the Smash Club since the beginning of the year,” Duckhorn said. Photo by Ava Lindley
To show her friends, freshman Sarah Ansari points at a drawing in her book during second lunch on April 16. The book was called High Rule Historia and she brought it to school so she could share it with her friends. “I like that the book has lots of concept art and it has Legend of Zelda in it,” Ansari said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes
To show her friends, freshman Sarah Ansari points at a drawing in her book during second lunch on April 16. The book was called High Rule Historia and she brought it to school so she could share it with her friends. “I like that the book has lots of concept art and it has Legend of Zelda in it,” Ansari said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes
In Mr. Ron Owens ceramics class, junior Bailey Bradford smooths out the edges of her box. Bradford wanted to make it look nice since she will have it for a long time. “I take as much time as I need so I can get my best quality work,” Bradford said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes
In Mr. Ron Owens ceramics class, junior Bailey Bradford smooths out the edges of her box. Bradford wanted to make it look nice since she will have it for a long time. “I take as much time as I need so I can get my best quality work,” Bradford said. Photo by Nishita Fernandes
To finish her photography before April 17, 2015, project in Mrs. Riders class, freshman Lauren Dressler poses outside for her pictures to be taken. “Part of the project is to wear your sport uniform and someone would take pictures of you for a sports magazine,” said Dressler.Lauren was doing her try out routine for cheer.  Photo by Chia Vang
To finish her photography before April 17, 2015, project in Mrs. Riders class, freshman Lauren Dressler poses outside for her pictures to be taken. “Part of the project is to wear your sport uniform and someone would take pictures of you for a sports magazine,” said Dressler.Lauren was doing her try out routine for cheer.
Photo by Chia Vang
In the library during first period, sophomore Morgan Ransdell practices handling money. “It’s what my parents do everyday. They earn money and get the things they want to get, you also buy and rent,,” said Ransdell. Photo by Chia Vang
In the library during first period, sophomore Morgan Ransdell practices handling money. “It’s what my parents do everyday. They earn money and get the things they want to get, you also buy and rent,,” said Ransdell. Photo by Chia Vang

 

In Mrs. Bernadette Cranmer’s yearbook class, staff member Lindsay Withrow (9) and Ambreen Siddiqui (11) help each other sort thank you letters to all of the teachers in alphabetical order. As the making of the 2014-2015 yearbook comes to an end, the whole staff wrote 113 letters collectively. Some of the staff feel like they are giving teachers recognition for the extra effort and support, for without them Ursus would’ve never been able to finish the book. “It felt good to give [the teachers and staff] thank you letters because it’s saying ‘thanks for putting up with us’ because we pull their students out during class throughout the year,” Siddiqui said. Photo by Janelle Cruz
In Mrs. Bernadette Cranmer’s yearbook class, staff member Lindsay Withrow (9) and Ambreen Siddiqui (11) help each other sort thank you letters to all of the teachers in alphabetical order. As the making of the 2014-2015 yearbook comes to an end, the whole staff wrote 113 letters collectively. Some of the staff feel like they are giving teachers recognition for the extra effort and support, for without them Ursus would’ve never been able to finish the book. “It felt good to give [the teachers and staff] thank you letters because it’s saying ‘thanks for putting up with us’ because we pull their students out during class throughout the year,” Siddiqui said. Photo by Janelle Cruz
In Mrs. Lynn Lewis’ first period symphonic band, Junior Emalyn Atkins directs the freshman class, preparing for the spring concert and the disneyland tour. Their concert at disney includes performing by Big Thunder Mountain and a recording session just for disney music. For the spring concert they are playing a beatles medley, Overture in B flat, and a Pirates of the Caribbean Medley. “ Whenever we run anything I am always listening to how we can get better and what we really need to work on and basically how can I help the band get better,” Atkins said. Photo by Janelle Cruz
In Mrs. Lynn Lewis’ first period symphonic band, Junior Emalyn Atkins directs the freshman class, preparing for the spring concert and the disneyland tour. Their concert at disney includes performing by Big Thunder Mountain and a recording session just for disney music. For the spring concert they are playing a beatles medley, Overture in B flat, and a Pirates of the Caribbean Medley. “ Whenever we run anything I am always listening to how we can get better and what we really need to work on and basically how can I help the band get better,” Atkins said. Photo by Janelle Cruz
Print Friendly, PDF & Email