Stuco starts new tradition with Field Games


Sydney Austin

Seniors participated in games including three-legged races. The games were held on the soccer practice fields behind the school.

Student Council arranged a Senior Field Day last Friday at The Woodlands High School in celebration of the last first week of High School for the class of 2023.

Before the event took place, student council put out an announcement instructing the students to bring shoes that could get muddy. “It was pretty muddy, but that made it more fun,” senior Ana Romo said.

The field day was free of charge, all the students had to do was pick up a ticket during their designated lunch. There were many events offered.

“There were so many fun events you could do, and it was all for free!” Romo said.

Stuco sponsor Kristen Gartner and event planner Caroline Mills were happy the rain held off. More than

Senior Field day had tug of war, bouncy houses, hoola hoops, spike ball, sack races, an obstacle course and pizza and popcorn, and many more activities.

“My favorite part was definitely the free pizza and popcorn, and I would definitely suggest it to the upcoming seniors!” Romo said.