2019 Activities fair

Students get to preview different clubs and other extra-curricular activities

Kalea Baker, Reporter

Students previewed extra-curricular activities that are offered at Battle during the Activities Fair that took place on September 11.

The activities fair allows representatives from clubs and other activities to give information about their club to spark interest in students who are looking to be a part of an extra-curricular. It also gives students the opportunity to see what they are interested in and joining a club is a way to be more involved with your school.

Natalie McNeely, junior and a member of the drama club for three years, said the activities fair is important because it allows students to learn more about the clubs and activities.

 “Students don’t always understand, they might see a club and think it is one way, once they really get to interact and see what that club is doing it really makes a difference,” McNeely said.

Gillian Frazier, junior, was interested in joining Youth Kindness Ambassadors and Wake Up and looks forward to new experiences after joining these clubs. Frazier believes the activities fair is important and is a good way to get students involved.

“Once I join I am excited for the leadership and service opportunities that come with these clubs,” Frazier said.

“I think it’s important for students to get involved in an extracurricular. It helps build character and show your dedication to various things, but it also looks good on colleges. I think Battle has a very wide range of clubs and a large selection so there is a club for everyone,” Frazier said