Parents fill the school for “Big Chill”

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Jackson Bracknell

Parents enter the raffle for various items in 3B during "Big Chill." Behind the desk, parent Sara Wickard volunteers to administer entries with another parent.

Jackson Bracknell, Staff Writer

On Friday, Feb. 23, students were encouraged to bring their parents to school for the annual “Big Chill” Day, and over 360 parents or grandparents attended high school.  They attended all their classes, except perhaps study block, ate lunch and traveled the halls with them.

Parents were also invited to the library throughout the day to enter in raffles and enjoy some refreshments with their child.

“Being taken back to my high school days is my favorite part,” said parent Karin Brunelle. “I love getting to know Tanner’s teachers and learning new things.”

Teachers typically saved the more interactive activities for the parents. Parents were intrigued to participate in all of the assignments given to students.

“ I am extremely nervous to go to AP Physics,” said Brunelle. “I also flunked a quiz on Shakespeare in English class.”