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Homecoming Week: Student Council hosts movie night

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Haleigh Haddon
Students watch “High School Musical” during the movie night in the cafeteria. Student Council hosted this movie night, which was a new addition to homecoming week.

After a whirlwind powderpuff game Monday night, Student Council continued the festivities with a movie night that the whole school could enjoy: “High School Musical.”

The choice of the movie for the night was widely liked overall. Kylie Becker (10) said, “Everybody likes that movie, so it was really fun to watch with everybody.”

Student Council co-adviser Amanda Kendrot (staff) said, “We prepared by getting there and getting the projector set up, and they contacted Paciugo Gelato to provide refreshments that were available for purchase during the movie.” 

This seems to have been a good decision, as the line for Paciugo Gelato & Caffè seemed consistent for most of the night. Student Council lead adviser Michael Thompson (staff) said about Paciugo, “They were happy to partner with us and rock and roll it.”

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Paciugo Gelato serves gelato at the movie night in WHS cafeteria. The event was free but Student Council contacted Paciugo Gelato & Caffè to help with refreshments. (Haleigh Haddon )

Student Council put on this movie in hopes of getting more students to participate in after-school activities. Kendrot said, “I feel like it was an important event for Windsor High School to have a movie night because the goal of Student Council is to get as many students involved at the high school as possible, and we felt like a movie night was a nice safe way where kids might not otherwise attend things and to be able to come and have a nice night with friends.” 

Especially because of free admission, the turnout was solid. Many students are hopeful that there will be another movie night in the future. Becker said, “Yeah definitely, I would love to see another movie night.”

Thompson and the Student Council put on this movie night to create a fun and safe environment for students during homecoming week. These movie nights help include students who might not want to participate in athletic events or other activities, and they also give students something fun to experience during homecoming week. Thompson said, “Like anything else during homecoming week, we want an evening event to keep people busy and out of trouble and let them have fun and do something different.”

Movie nights at Windsor High might not occur as often as a football game, for example, but this activity helps include all people. Thompson said, “All you have to do is like sitting there and watching something on a screen, which is something we all have in common.” 

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Haleigh Haddon is a sophomore at Windsor High School and hopes to go into real estate. She enjoys working out, hanging out with friends and writing.
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