Rivalry Rally: Battle of the Bone.
Chino Hills High School
How did you transition form plan to production of your event?
We pre-assigned roles to groups. Easy group had a weekly objective and smaller tasks to complete in order to meet the objective. However the challenge we had to keep in mind was our venue. Since we were outside and tend to live in an areas that can be very windy we had to think about how our props, decorations, and activities would hold up against the mighty Santa Ana winds. Thankfully with the help from our physics teachers and tape, lots of tape, we were able to create posters that were able to withstand the winds. We also made sure that everyone in ASB knew the tasks of their classmates. This way if anyone had any questions they knew who to go to and who to even help out if request.
What challenges did you have to overcome for this event?
So many challenges. From planning an indoor rally, to then outdoor, to back indoors and then finally out doors. Many of our usually planning elements had to be modified to fit the space we were going to be in. In the Gym it is easy to keep engagement high, when you are outdoors students can easily be distracted. We had to find multiple ways to keep ALL 3,000 students engaged.