Bosque seniors showcased their incredible creativity last week while keeping alive a time-honored tradition: the annual Senior Prank. The campus “quad” was transformed into a campground, complete with RVs, tents, fire pits, s’mores, and even some singing.
“It became ‘Bosque-chella’,” said Kirk Ward, Bosque’s Director of Facilities who works each year with the senior class to design the prank. “I must admit, this might be the most creative group I have dealt with over the past 10 years,” he said. “It turned into a super fun night.”
In addition to the quad-transformation, the seniors made their mark on other spaces around campus. A portion of the Middle School was outfitted with a Mission: Impossible theme; middle and upper school students’ backpacks were, unbeknownst to the owners of the backpacks, transported to the soccer field while students attended morning meetings, oblivious to what was transpiring;and Upper School Head Spree MacDonald’s office was thoroughly adorned with “MacDonald’s” bags. Goats, brought in to create “Dr. MacDonald’s Farm,” could also be found around the quad.
A special thank you to Mr. Ward and Ms. Hart for their efforts in planning the event; to all the dedicated teachers who gave up a night in a comfortable bed to chaperone the overnight prank; to the parents who provided campers for the teachers to sleep in; to Alicia Chavez and Dr. MacDonald for cooking a wonderful breakfast the following morning; and of course to the Class of 2019 for their work and creativity in making the “Senior Prank” one of the most memorable in history!