Arrowhead Students Participate in the Last Homeroom of the Year

Marissa Treiber, Reporter

Arrowhead students participated in their last Academic and Career Exploration 40-minute homeroom of the 2017-2018 school year on Wednesday, May 23. Each of the four grades participated in activities during this homeroom, which took place after the second hour.

During this time, freshman students discussed the things they did this year, and looked ahead towards their future. They played a game called “circle up” where a series of questions were asked and whoever answered yes walked forward. The students spent the rest of his time on Career Cruising looking for ideas for their future.

Sophomore students recapped their year as sophomores and did two activities.

The first activity they did was in groups and it was “is that your final answer.” During this, students worked on various scenarios and tried to find the best solution.

The second activity sophomores participated in consisted of resume building through Career Cruising.

They concluded the homeroom with the third activity where students spent the remaining time writing down their skills and how they have grown as students and as people.

Juniors spent time reviewing graduation requirements for the year, talking about schedule changes, and learning about summer school.

They spent the rest of the homeroom reviewing information on college applications, student profiles, letters of recommendation, and steps toward future success.

Junior Della Ghering said, “I’m glad we had this time to talk about college information because it’s been on my mind a lot lately.”

Seniors took this time to discuss graduation, to take a senior survey, and talk about future life plans.