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Harley Classe
Student Council is bringing back a popular advisory event from last year, bingo. Students can enjoy the game Wednesday during advisory in the main gym.

Picture this: a room filled with eager students, eyes glued to their cards, hearts racing with anticipation. The suspense rises as the numbered balls bounce around the cage. 

It’s all part of Student Council’s fourth advisory event of the year as cries of Bingo will fill the main gym on Wednesday. 

“The event is just a really good way for students to come together,” Ward said. “Bingo is a better event for people who don’t want to participate in a big game with a lot of movement. The event is more of a chill event so we are excited to bring it back.” 

Last year’s bingo event was a success among some students. Sophomore Alex James describes the experience as enjoyable and fun. 

“I love bingo with a passion, it’s unpredictable so there’s no way you could cheat.  When I went last year, it was really fun,” James said. “StuCo did a good job and made the game more modern and enjoyable.”

The bingo game is being hosted to provide every student with an interactive and fun experience. 

“We are hosting this event because it will be interactive for every student involved,” StuCo vice president, senior Lily Leyden said. “It gives every student the opportunity to have fun during advisory.” 

Sophomore Ayush Dane is excited to attend the event. 

“I am very excited to attend StuCo’s bingo game because I get to hang out with my friends and there is an opportunity to win prizes,” Dane said. “I feel like the bingo game is a great way to gather people together and have fun.”

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Lea Garcia-Salazar
Lea Garcia-Salazar, Staff Reporter
Lea Garcia-Salazar is a Sophomore in her first year with Wingspan. She is a member of DECA and Aid4Need. In her free time, she can be found spending time with her family and friends, reading, writing, and volunteering. Lea is excited to be a part of such a fantastic group! Contact Lea:
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Harley Classe, Editor-in-Chief
Harley is a senior in her third year of Wingspan and is so excited to be working with all of the amazing staff. Harley is Varsity cheer captain, StuCo vice president, Best Buddies vice president, and involved in many other clubs and organizations on and off campus. In her free time she loves watching movies, reading, and spending time outdoors. Previously she has held the role of Sports Editor and is so excited to continue writing. Contact Harley:

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