Slip and slides, dunk tanks, soccer, food and tie-dye. For students, Boro Blowout on April 28 will provide a day to relieve stress and have fun with friends.
SGA has stationed representatives at tables in the Commons to aid with online sign-up for sessions during the day. Each session will be a 50-minute block, with time to change in between sessions.
Students can coordinate their sessions with friends or choose sessions with activities that best suit their interests; at Boro Blowout, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. For dance fans, there’s the so-called Dance Battle of the Decades, and students who would rather be outside can enjoy inflatables, soccer or ultimate frisbee.
“The dodgeball tournament is my favorite thing about Boro Blowout. It’s time when you see students getting competitive and really creative in forming their outfits to team names,” said SGA President-Elect Niya Fearrington. “I think it’s important for students and teachers because it’s a perfect opportunity for students and teachers to have a stress free day with no academics right before we prepare for finals.”
SGA and students alike look forward to Friday’s event, and those looking for more information about Boro Blowout can refer to social media outlets for CHS.