As summer vacation winds down, Temple City High School students return for registration.
Written by TIFFANY KHA / Published August 26, 2011
Over the course of five days, Temple City High School students came to registration to pick up their information and books, and turn in their papers.
Seniors registered on August 18th, juniors on the 19th, sophomores on the 22nd, and freshmen on the 23rd. Late registration was on August 25th.
Students turned in their paperwork, had their photos taken, and received their schedules, ID cards, and books for the year. They were also allowed to make changes in their schedules with the counselors.
While students registered, the Associated Student Body sold Au79 Passion Fruit Juice to raise money for the Staff Luncheon.
The regulation from the state government demands that all students receive the TDAP vaccine prior to entering school this year, which made the process of registration a bit longer. The staff had to see and make copies of the proofs of immunization.
For many, registration was a reminder that school would start again soon. September 1st marks the first day of school for the Temple City Unified District.
Some returning students, like Junior Janette Tang, had mixed emotions towards the coming school year.
“It’s more of a bittersweet feeling.” Tang said, “All the stress of school is slowly flowing in, but on the bright side, I will be able to see my friends every day!”
Others had a more positive outlook regarding the subject.
“I feel excited, anxious, nervous and powerful,” Senior Bryan Chan stated. “I’m ready to try and enjoy it. You only live once.”