Concord High School
Winter brunch is an event held by leadership for Special Education classes. We invite the classes for brunch, music, games and activities to celebrate the winter season together.
How did you transition form plan to production of your event?
This year’s winter brunch challenged the entire class to get involved. Prior to the event actives were planned based on past years and food was primarily donated. The passion in our class really shone on the day of the event. Everyone came together to decorate and set up before school. During the event, students cooked and served while other led dance parties and games.
What challenges did you have to overcome for this event?
The Happiness Campaign this year was troubled by a couple of problems. The committee itself quickly fell behind and the chairs were unable to show up to class. A combination of a small committee and unavailable chairs led to everything falling behind. Luckily, a group of fellow leadership students were able to pick up the event. For about 3 days, a makeshift committee took time out of their day to plan the brunch. At the end of the day, everyone learned something and the classes had fun!
Winter brunch, though it is not a particularly large event, does include having food and drinks. The main concern here was taking off masks and serving food. Our class decided to hold the even in an open gym and was mindful as to how far apart tables were set up. Food servers took extra precaution and most things were adjusted to provide extra safety Everyone who was not eating kept their mask on and maintained