First Person: Spring Fling almost meets expectations

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Arlo Hammond puts on a show for all the Freshman and Sophmores. Photo taken from Sadie VanPatten.

Lilia Ramos, Staff Reporter

Imagine going home right after school and pulling out that dress you’ve been waiting to wear since you’ve gotten it. Since it’s a spring themed dance, you apply spring colored makeup with an array of pastel colors. You curl your hair with the touch of your burnt fingers from the hard work you did, only for it to disappear at the dance from the amount of sweat, chaos, and dancing you did. The Spring Fling was a whole party of chaos, with 2012-2016 flashbacks and lots of sweat and heat. The dance started off with couples dancing around, having a laugh, the 2016 beats playing in the background and the people going wild. Just a typical party, but by eight, the room got very hot. Lots of people were leaving and entering the dance floor repeatedly due to how hot it was. A total of three good dance songs played, such as the Cha Cha Slide, the Macarena and The Cupid Shuffle. It then got pretty chaotic; students formed a circle in the middle of the dance floor cheering on others as they stepped up to perform. It stayed like this for the rest of the night. In my opinion, The Spring Fling just felt like a middle school dance. They could’ve played music that appealed to 2021 teenagers, and there was a definite need for fans and AC. It was fun, but not as fun as I expected it to be.

Arlo Hammond puts on a show for all the Freshman and Sophmores. Photo taken from Sadie VanPatten.