Clark Chronicle

John Muir Elementary puts on their annual Spring Carnival

Families+wander+around+the+event+with+an+inflatable+obstacle+course+and+rock+climbing+wall+placed+on+the+field.
Families wander around the event with an inflatable obstacle course and rock climbing wall placed on the field.

Families wander around the event with an inflatable obstacle course and rock climbing wall placed on the field.

Naira Shahbandarian

Naira Shahbandarian

Families wander around the event with an inflatable obstacle course and rock climbing wall placed on the field.

Naira Shahbandarian, Social Media Administrator

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






On May 12, John Muir Elementary School held its third annual Spring Carnival on campus to help with fundraising. All families were welcome to join the event from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m..

Tickets were $25 at the front of the gate. Children walked in to see an inflatable bounce house, slide and obstacle course placed on the field. Along with the bounce houses, there was a tall rock climbing wall and mini games all over the area. Many food options like pizza, hot dogs and iced coffee were available for those who attended.

There was also a shaved ice truck parked on the school grounds, which excited many children as they lined up to try out the different flavors. In addition, there was live entertainment with a local dance group.

“Muir’s Spring Carnival is a wonderful family event. The Muir Foundation brings in bounce houses, slides, and other kinds of fun for our students and their families to enjoy,” said Cheryl Cameron, Muir’s assistant principal. “The Muir Foundation is a parent group that raises money for the school. Their current focus is funding a music teacher, who provides classes for kindergarten through 3rd grades.”

Many families in the community attended the event to help support the school with funding and just have a fun afternoon out.

“I came to the Spring Festival to get some volunteering hours,” said junior Teni Aghasian. “I’m glad I got to go to the event and see all the kids enjoying themselves and having a fun time.”

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
The student news site of Clark Magnet High School
John Muir Elementary puts on their annual Spring Carnival