Thank you to all of the teachers, staff, and students who worked so hard to make the Second Annual History and Humanities Festival a day of fun and learning for everyone. In particular, we could not have done this without Kendra Baker, who was amazing at creating the schedule and arranged to have high school students help in every activity. The high school students were well-trained, responsible, and truly kept the event enjoyable for all. Miss Tanya and the High School Rock Band entertained us with their excellent music. The officers of our National Honor Society were the judges for the costume parade contest which featured book characters as well as those representing times in history. The high school seniors ran a center called Presidio Rocks, where every student "got to rock a rock" to keep. Thirteen different faculty members ran activities celebrating poetry, mystery, history, photography, cultural crafts, dance, and a community service project - Project Linus. Project Linus is a non-profit organization that provides homemade blankets to children in need. Lunchtime went very smoothly thanks to the expert planning of Mr. Joe. It was a wonderful day, and I am tremendously proud of all of our team. I hope that people will have photos to share.