Bulldogs bite on Sadies



A couple is seen having fun at their casual high school dance.

By: Jadyn Johnson-Bowles
Bark! Voice of the Bulldogs
Copy Editor

The Sadie Hawkins dance, where girls are the ones to give invitations, happened last Saturday, and students have thoughts.
Sadie’s is known to not have as big of a turnout as Homecoming or any other school dance, but a fair amount of people still showed up to the dance last Saturday.
“I went to the dance cause I had already told someone that I would, and I thought that it would be boring, but I had some fun and the music wasn’t bad,” freshman, Taylor West said.
Members of the Student Council understand that people do not get as excited about Sadie’s as compared to other school dances, but members of the club still try to make the dance sound appealing and to draw attention to it. One way that STUCO does this is by having a spirit week, before the weekend of the dance.
“I and the rest of STUCO know that nobody gets as excited about Sadie’s, so we always have the spirit week before and try to keep it on the theme as well. We just want to make the student body happy and have a good time on a Saturday night,” junior, Ellyse Sundell said.
While STUCO tries to make the night as fun as possible, there are still many critics of the event and students who do not fully appreciate how much work goes into the dance.
“Ok, so I know that they do have to work hard to set things up, but at the same time when you go and it doesn’t seem fun or anything you stand there like where did all the effort go because this doesn’t look like anything,” an anonymous student said.
Sadie’s may not be as fun as some would like it to be, but the Student Council does put a lot of time and effort into the event, and many students do enjoy it, which means that at the end of the day, the hard work paid off.