Pinwheels placed to embody student legacy


Imani Saya

Seniors Anis Mohammad and Hannah Morfeld place their legacy pinwheels in the ground during advisory on Wednesday, March 6.

Gold, silver, blue, and white pinwheels, that represent the future legacies of every student, color the entrance to Ocean Lakes High School.

On March 6, during advisory, the entire student body planted their hope for lasting impressions into school grounds.

The task began a month ago when advisory teachers encouraged students to decorate pinwheels to symbolize the legacies they hope to leave behind upon graduation. Many student legacies included ideas of kindness, service, and self-expression into their pinwheels.

“I just hope to remind people that they can be themselves no matter what,” said senior Aly Muñoz.