Students, teachers participate in lip sync battle to fund HERstory

At the lip sync battle in the Sun Theatre, visual art teacher Caitlin Munguia, math teacher Michael Mancuso and (offstage) counselor Kim Campbell perform to the song 'Push It' by Salt-N-Peppa. “I thought it would be a great way to have the kids see how silly I can be and that we’re just people too. The interaction and comradery it builds. I got to know Ms. Muguia and Mr. Mancuso better so that’s nice for me being new," Campbell said.

Aiya Hunter, Staff Writer

On Friday March 8, there was a lip sync battle between students, staff, and a mix of both. Students purchased one dollar tickets to attend the battle during block B8. Junior Paul Hollis hosted the event. 

“Our two hosts that we had unfortunately dropped out and had other business to do. I was thinking to myself who can I get to host? Then I was like, me, cause ain’t nobody gon’ do it like me,” Hollis said.

All of the proceeds went to help reimburse the teachers involved with the HERstory museum and catering for the event. Both middle school and high school students attended and participated in the lip sync battle.