Azteca Lock-In

Legacy Victorio-Coto
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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