Facs B Highest Enrolled Class

Bradley LaTour stirs rapidly in Facs B to make his cake.

Lucas Grimes

Bradley LaTour stirs rapidly in Facs B to make his cake.

Lucas Grimes, Editor

By Lucas Grimes

Chocolate cake cooked in Facs B.
Lucas Grimes
Chocolate cake cooked in Facs B.
Abe washes dishes in Facs B.
Lucas Grimes
Abe washes dishes in Facs B.

There are 31 electives offered this year and 412 students take Facs B, making it the elective with the highest enrollment followed by Art 1(362), journalism(275), and then ceramics(190).

“I think Facs B is the most popular elective because people want to cook,” said Camille Lambert, 7th grade.

Other students agreed with this opinion saying the food is fun to make. Braxton Zarbock, 8th grade, said, “I think that Facs B has the most kids because you can eat in class.”

Many kids think eating is great, especially during class.  “Facs B is the highest enrolled elective because you can eat during school and the only other time to eat is during lunch,” said Ethan Hill, 7th grade.

Another high enrolled class is Art 1.  “People like art because it’s fun and Mr. Crandall is super funny,” said 6th grader Josh Townsend.

The third highest enrolled class is journalism.  “I like journalism because it helps me with my writing and reading skills,” said Laurence Falatea, 8th grade.

Ceramics was the fourth highest enrolled class. “People like it because it’s fun and it’s creative and you can express yourself,” said 7th grader, Noah Pogue.  

Bradley LaTour stirs rapidly in Facs B to make his cake.
Lucas Grimes
Bradley LaTour stirs rapidly in Facs B to make his cake.