Back to School Dance

Updated: May 20

By Katherine Renn


To celebrate an exciting new school year, Minarets held a Back to School Dance a couple weeks ago on August 25. Even though it was a few weeks ago, I asked some students who were there if they enjoyed the dance. I asked some students who were new to the school and some that were here last year. Most of them said that they had a lot of fun. I also asked them if they were excited for the new school year and I got a lot of positive comments where some were excited to create memories with their friends and learn more. Although some were nervous about starting school, they were nonetheless hopeful about this year. The Back to School Dance was the first of many fun and memorable events here at Minarets.


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