Students were able to get in for only seven dollars for an hour-and-a-half of skating at the Fountain Valley Skating center last Friday.
The first time the current freshmen ASB representatives had a “Skate Night” was last year for the middle school students. Even though the students said they had a fun time at the event, they only had it once because they did not decide to do it a second time.
This year, they were able to have it again because they knew how some of the students felt about Skate Night.
“Our whole class loves skating as we learned from the past,” freshmen ASB Vice President Catherine Kricorian said.
Most people said they just skated and played the traditional games at the skate rink such as dancing in skates to the “Hokey Pokey” and speed racing.
“Most of us played the dice game and the ‘Hokey Pokey’ dance,” said freshmen ASB secretary Jeirany Chavez.
“[We] took a lot of pictures, talked, and we ate food,” said Jennifer Garcia, a student who attended the event.
The outcome seemed to have a sufficient amount of people who came. The ASB representatives said they expected around fifteen people. After the event, they believe there were about that many people.
Some students like Garcia said they had a good time being there.
“I thought it was really fun and a good way to spend Friday nights with friends,” she said.
They are hoping that the leg shaking will continue again this year.