Middle schoolers “glow” dancing

By staff writer Zeno Zacks

Bay Farm’s middle school held its first dance of the year on the afternoon of Nov. 9 in the Multipurpose Room — a glow dance, where lots of people wore glow items and clothes.

Chaperoned by the middle school teachers and deejayed by DJ By The Bay Bert Blank, the dance was an exciting event with games like “Pass the Ball” (similar to Hot Potato), the best songs and lots of candy. There was a raffle that included prizes such as Warriors merchandise, candy and “free admission to the next dance” cards. There was also a photo booth. At the photo booth multiple people took pictures of themselves in crazy hats, feather scarves, and huge colored glasses. 

The main part about the dance was the dancing… of course!  There was a strobe light, making it seem like people were moving in some sort of stop motion animation. There were also a lot of hit songs, like “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots, and “Hit the Quan” by iLoveMemphis.

Students enjoyed the snack bar, picking up goodies like candy, root beer and more.

It appeared that more 7th grade students attended than in the past. Overall, the dance was a cool event with great songs, amazing activities, and lots of sugar. See our slideshow below.

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