Whiteboard question: “What clubs are you planning to be in this year?” Monday, Aug. 27, 2018 (Lilian Mohr/Ethic Photo)
By MIRIAM YORDANOS
Several clubs across Redlands East Valley High School participated in Club Fair Week to encourage new members to be part of the school community throughout the week of Aug. 27-31.
Although REV’s school plus two policy encourages being involved with two or more extracurricular activities to create success in academics, REV’s club week promotes togetherness, new friendships, and involvement in school activities.
Zoe Armida, freshman, stated, “Club Fair Week is important because it informs us of the opportunities the school is offering.”
On Thursday, Aug. 27, clubs on campus raised money by selling various types of food, such as corn in a cup, root beer floats, and popsicles. Speech and Debate sold out within minutes from Cuca’s Burritos, while a long line of people waited for tacos sold by Packs.
Every day of Club Fair Week, music played and students signed up for clubs they were interested in.