Azteca Lock-In

Sophomore Jacqueline Toribio Guzman and junior Salma Chavez practice their dance moves.

On Saturday Jan. 26, students in Azteca club gathered in the art rooms to have their annual lock-in which usually involves food, music and dancing. First, students went to Willis Gym to play a game of volleyball. Next, they went to the art rooms to have a cup of dirt and worms. Then, for the rest of the night, students danced under the chile shaped lights and ate from the snack table.

Junior Kimberly Witterick is a three year member and has attended all the lock-ins since freshman year.

“Usually we swim, eat and play hide and seek, but this year we got to play games which were fun, but the baile [dance] was more fun,” Witterick said, “ I love all of it but mostly when we played cumbia and bachata.”

Senior Antonio Negrete has been a member for four years and has attended the Lock-In for the past three years. He admits that he will miss the Lock-In’s next year.

“I’m gonna miss the activities and just being in Azteca club and mostly the seniors that I hung out with all year,” Negrete said.

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