By: Aysha Imtiaz and Princy Patel
In December, the County Prep Student Council held its annual Deck the Doors Contest. This competition reflected people’s holiday spirit. Many homerooms participated in this contest. Since there weren’t that many limitations on how to decorate the rooms, many creative sides were seen. Students were able to express their own ideas. They took the contest seriously. Designs varied from reindeer to snowmen. Some homerooms even included lighting to make the decorations pop out. Students had lots of fun with this contest. They collaborated and worked diligently. One homeroom represented the North Pole in an amazing way. The school’s art teacher decided to dedicate his door to The Polar Express. Every homeroom that competed worked really hard to make their door the best, but in the end only one homeroom was victorious. A gingerbread themed house door was selected as the winner. This homeroom belongs to Ms. Torres. Her homeroom also included pictures of the students who are part of her homeroom and those who attend her class there during other periods. Their prize was a doughnut party. In the end the contest was a success and students got to know each other better through collaborative work.