uring a rare break from the storms that have plagued the Bay Area, sunshine filled the rally court on Feb. 13 for Club Promo Day. Students followed to see the display boards and candy that clubs set out to entice students to sign up. Take a look at the photos below to see glimpses of Club Promo day.
A student signs up for MV Design It. During Club Promo day, most clubs had a laptop open displaying a Google form for students to quickly signup by entering their emails.
Other clubs used the traditional sheet of paper. Here, a student signs up for Bite Club, a club exploring the science behind food.
A student takes a closer look at the sweatshirts of Leo Club. If a student chose to buy a Teddy Gram for two dollars, the club would deliver the bear and a note to the student’s friend. As a bonus, those who bought a Teddy Gram also received a free sweatshirt.
MV Speech and Debate proudly displays just some of their numerous trophies. The glimmering awards of the acclaimed club attracted the attention of students passing by without fail.
A National Honor Society officer holds up a sign to promote their club. Their booth was right in the middle of the action and the bold sign helped draw students towards their booth.
A student tosses the giant dice to receive a reward at Interact club’s booth. The different sides of the dice offered rewards of cookies, free t-shirts and more.