By KELLY JOHNSTON

Citrus Valley High School counselors held a “Promote Your Program” fair on Jan. 30, 2020 to formally introduce underclassmen to a variety of elective options for the upcoming school year’s class registration. Representatives from each program spoke to underclassmen about the benefits and opportunities of their elective.

Seniors Gabriel Dimas and Carlos Tosta encourage all students to consider psychology-related courses on Jan. 30, 2020. Dimas said, “Everyone should take a psychology class because it goes in depth into how our brains work.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Carissa Willis and Sophia Partain love their French class and want others to join the tight-knit group of French students on Jan. 30, 2020. Partain said, “Being in French has really created a good family, because we’ve been with the same group of kids for the past two years, so it’s nice to have a family where we can all celebrate French and have fun.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Freshmen Bailey Ryles, Amanda Keza and Jessica Grossman promote their Mock Trial and Speech and Debate class on Jan. 30, 2020. Keza said the class is “the perfect opportunity to break out of your shell.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Juniors Lauren Manzano and Kaiden Jimbabwe urge other students to become ROP ambassadors on Jan. 30, 2020. According to Manzano, there are “a lot of great opportunities [in ROP] because you can earn college credit … and you can learn a lot of technical skills.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Students Saleen Meza, Mimi Tang and Ezekiel Miller advocate for other students to join the public service pathway on Jan. 30, 2020. Tang emphasized “the real life application” and encouraged students “who don’t identify with typical coursework” to consider joining because this course can be “a safe haven.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Seniors Paolo Medellin, Alek Alvarado and Daniel Candelario promote their business class on Jan. 30, 2020. As a new member, Medellin said, “It’s just a great experience because you get the chance to build a company of your own design without teacher assistance…and you get job experience.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Staff Sergeant Servin, Gabriel Martinez, Sam Morning, Daniel Merritt and Ben Wang promote Cadet Corps on Jan. 30, 2020. Wang said that one of their mottos is Teddy Roosevelt’s slogan, “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Junior Daberi Ghebremedhin and seniors Emma Spendlove and Tariq Anderson urge sophomores and juniors to become Link Crew leaders on Jan. 30, 2020. Ghebremedhin “joined Link Crew to learn from previous mistakes and to just have fun,” and she wants others to follow her lead. (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

Senior ASB officers Emily Montanez, McKayla Long, Taylor Warrick, Emily Blomquist and Isabella Ballejos encourage underclassmen to join ASB on Jan. 30, 2020. Blomquist stated that everyone should join because “it’s a good way to get involved in school and make friendships and memories throughout high school.” (KELLY JOHNSTON/ La Plaza Photo)

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