Doris Chen (left) and Amy Brennan (right) helped out by handing students refreshments such as Go-Gurt, Caprisun and chocolate milk. Volunteers from the Parent Teacher Association helped set up the event as well. (Photos/Shreya Shanmugam)Students sat down in groups after getting breakfast for the rest of the period. “As seniors, we don’t have many honors breakfasts left, and I’m glad we have a period every quarter to celebrate our achievements,” senior Erin Martinez said. (Photos/Shreya Shanmugam and Lilian Faillace)Some tables competed in intense games of Jenga. Students played to win among their own friend groups or banded together with students from other tables to create towering Jenga towers. “Jenga was a great way to pass the time,” senior Natasha Cruzado said. (Photos/Shreya Shanmugam and Lilian Faillace)Students also had the option to participate in games of bean bag toss. They crowded around the area to see who could score the highest number of points. (Photos/Shreya Shanmugam and Lilian Faillace)
Shreya is a senior here at American Heritage. Apart from Newspaper, she participates in clubs and extracurriculars such as Key Club, Model UN, YIS, HOSA, PBS and AASA. She loves writing, listening to music, watching TV shows and editing videos. She has been dancing for almost all her life and has a love for business and computer science. She plans on channeling these interests into her future career and exploring them further throughout high school. When she am not reading or rewatching Netflix shows, she is riding her bike or swimming in the pool.