Written by Megan Li
Unlike most of the other winter season sports, the dance team practices in their studio and performs at rallies, sports games and other school events such as Night Rally for both fall and winter season. e girls have already gone through the fall season together, which means that introductions are out of the way and a team environment has been formed—something that junior Christiane Helmer has noticed. “For dance, we’re already a team before winter season, so we have things rolling by now and the bond is already there,” she said.
Aside from differences in the team dynamic from the beginning of the year, there are a few other changes this season. “ is season is different from the fall because we don’t perform at the halftimes of football games and instead are mainly doing basketball games and getting ready for competition,” sophomore Yvonne Ma said.