The mastermind behind homecoming


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Putting on two back-to-back assemblies in front of over 2,000 students is not an easy task, but Anna Shutovska has taken on the challenge.

Homecoming– a week jam packed full of spirit, screaming, Friday night lights, dancing, and the much anticipated school-wide assembly.

“It’s the one time where we have the entire student body in one place, so it’s important to make the assemblies awesome,” said Shutovska. She heads this project, along with two sophomore commissioners, Annie Klups and Gabi Dimick.

Klups said, “Anna is amazing. She was nervous, but I couldn’t have asked for a better supervisor.”

This assembly requires planning months ahead, arranging and scheduling events, and getting events approved by administration.

“There’s a lot of pressure on me to make the assemblies awesome, but that just pushes me to work harder,” said Shutovska.

Another important aspect of putting on such thought-out assemblies  is the school-wide interpretation.

Senior Amelia Tupou said, “It’s really tough to satisfy 2,000 students, and then teachers and the administration. Props to ASB [Associated Student Body] for planning all these assemblies out.”

Aside from trying to keep the student body happy, Shutovska also makes planning the events in ASB one of her top priorities.

Shutovska stated that in order to have an event that will be enjoyed, she must have high expectations for her fellow commissioners, the performers, as well as herself.

Shutovska along with Dimick and Klups have put a twist on this year’s assembly with the “safari” theme.

“Expect the best for this assmebly, its not going to be one that people will dread going to,” said Klups.

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