Extracurriculars make a big difference to students
By Grace Jin, Grade nine student, SATEC at WA Porter CI
The academic year is slowly progressing now that everyone has found some sort of comfort zone at school. Everyone has a group of friends and a fair share of drama and conflicts. Major conflict at my school was created by the absence of extracurriculars. This situation made many students angry, as they did not have anything to look forward to at school. Grade 12s were extremely disappointed, as this is their last year of high school. But now relief can be felt throughout my school and probably every other school. Although many teachers have not officially started up clubs and extracurricular activities yet, students are already making plans for the future. Now, many doors of opportunity have opened once more. Everyone is excited and ready to get back their beloved teams and clubs.