By Grace Kulat, Photographer/Reporter
The lights were out and every single phone flashlight was on while LT students cheered on the Special Olympics basketball team as they entered the Vaughan gym ready to play an eventful game to wrap up the 18th annual All-school Assembly.
Most students at LT were looking forward to this year’s All-school Assembly because last year’s assembly was canceled due to security concerns.
“I think that the end of the school year last year felt off because we didn’t have the all school,” Student council president Pilar Valdes '19 said
When students walked in the room on Friday, Feb. 8, they could feel the school spirit in the Vaughan gym. All four grades were in attendance and everyone was excited for the show.
This year's assembly began with performers from Aloft Circus Arts showcasing their acrobatic skills while taking volunteers from the crowd to aid with their performances.The aerialist, who did acrobatics from the ceiling, had the whole crowd in awe.
The return of the King of Hearts dance (K.O.H.) was announced by Jack Riordan ‘19 and Jimmy Riordan '19 who helped Kathleen Duffy ‘20 ask Sam McGahay ‘20 to the dance.
Everyone's favorite act, The Steppers, came back with an energizing and interactive number that got the whole crowd involved.
“You could tell that everyone was really excited to be there,” Valdes said.