This year’s spring carnival, held on May 20, was a hit with exciting activities to choose from. The carnival, organized by leadership, lasted for an hour-long lunch. Sumo wrestling appealed to many students, along with a petting zoo. The petting zoo included a large sheep and other animals. Another attraction at the carnival was the sale of mini jamba juices. The dunk tank was a crowd favorite, especially because teachers participated. Sophomore Spencer Corona commented, “My favorite part was getting to Sumo wrestle my friends and drink some Jamba after.” Freshman Annabel Baxter added, “I loved the petting zoo and watching the sumo wrestling.” Overall the M-A carnival was a great experience and a fun-filled lunch.[slideshow_deploy id=’58505′]
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