Ocean Lakes clubs come together for Fall Fest


Gabby Serrano

Sophomores Ciaira Hayes and J’naiah Price compete against Micah Johnson and Isaiah Harrison in Asian Culture Club’s balloon relay.

Gabby Serrano, Staff Writer

Ocean Lakes High School celebrated Halloween spirit by holding its Fall Festival on Oct. 27, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Many of the diverse clubs at school set up booths where students, parents, teachers, and children played games for candy and prizes.

“The atmosphere was so happy, and everyone seemed to be having a great time,” said Brianna Feess, a sophomore.

Many individuals of the school community attended this event. The festival is a place for friends to hang out and for parents or teachers to take their children for an early Halloween experience.

“It’s an opportunity for our students to do something good for the community, and it provides a safe place for children to trick-or-treat,”said Latin teacher Shirley Hall.

One of the core aspects of the event included the many clubs that participated. Whether it be Asian Culture Club, Theatre, or Acapella Club, each club had something special to bring.

“I think my favorite part of Fall Fest would be walking around and seeing all of the other clubs’ creative set-ups,” said Brianna. Fall Fest has positively impacted students who have attended in the past. It provides a chance to meet new people and connect. Although the Fall Fest has ended, it was only the beginning for more Halloween festivities to come.

Sophomore Julio Bermudez said his experience from last year was “one of the most memorable experiences from the beginning of my freshman year and made me realize I’m now a part of this amazing dolphin family.”