How It’s Made: Homecoming assembly (+ video)

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TRADITION UNITES US.

Beaverton Hummer

By Allison Van Horn

It’s twelve o’clock, the night before the Homecoming assembly, and while the majority of the student body are snug in their beds, the members of Student Leadership are busy at work in the school gym. They are completing the final touches to the floor layout for the assembly scheduled for the next day, the one that we students enjoy without much of a second thought on the amount of labor that was dedicated to concocting the assortment of props, the flooring, and the script. As it turns out, it’s a lot of work.

Just assembling the floor the night before can easily take over six hours. According to senior Kylee Rench, one of the prominent front-runners in the setup, “We start at around six and go until twelve, and then sometimes we even have to go the next morning.” Taking into account the weeks of preparation…

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