Gearing up for the new year at the Proctor Activities Fair
The new school year is right around the corner, and students may already be getting the wheels turning about which classes they want to take in the fall.
Proctor High School wants to make sure the kids have something else to look forward to with the start of the new year, so they hosted an Activities Fair for students to check out all the school has to offer.
"Every activity we have, both athletic and non-athletic activities, have a table and the coach or advisor is there to answer any questions people may have," shared Principal Tim Rohweder. "They give out information on how to get involved. And like I said, try to get kids to want to be involved in different activities to be more successful in school, and more engaged."
Whether it be a sport, art, music, or academics, Principal Rohweder hopes his students were able to sign up for something they can look forward to over the next few weeks.
"The more engaged you are in your school, the more successful you are academically. There’s research that backs that up. And so we want to do everything we can to get our students connected to at least one activity in our school, with at least one adult in the school they know and can trust and go to if they need assistance."