Bird's Eye View
GCS High School BurnoutTuesday, February 28, 2012 By Ariel Mathis
The GCS high school burnout is coming up March 2 on the field next to the school for opening ceremonies for spring sports. “The bonfire is just something we do to have fun but to also have an opening for spring sports,” said Mrs. Koschel, math teacher at GCS. “We usually roast marshmallows, play games, and just hang out and talk,” said Mrs. Koschel. “I think it would be fun to go to, but I don’t play any sports,” said Michaela Weeks, a junior at GCS. Michaela said she would go if she played a sport because she hears everything people say about it and how fun it is. Meghan Malone, also a junior at GCS said that she has enjoyed going to it in the past but most of her friends don’t play sports so she had no one to talk to. “This year I think I might go again because some of my friends are actually playing soccer with me, so you know that’s going to be a good time,” said Meghan Malone. Meghan said that since its cold outside its fun to stand next to fire because you can feel the heat, “but it sometimes burns me when I stand to close, so it makes it less fun.” “The bonfire is okey I guess I don’t really see the point of it but it’s whatever," said Banks Hamilton, a junior at GCS. “Its fun because you get to see friends when you're there and usually you get to play outdoor volley ball, which I love,” said Amber Carter, a Junior at GCS. “This is my first year here so I really don’t know what they do there, but I might go just to see what its like,” said Lauren Cutter, a freshman at GCS.