BEAN-BOOZLE It Up!

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BEAN-BOOZLE It Up!

Students try different flavored jelly beans at the Bean-Boozled event Oct.31.

Students try different flavored jelly beans at the Bean-Boozled event Oct.31.

Kate Herrera

Students try different flavored jelly beans at the Bean-Boozled event Oct.31.

Kate Herrera

Kate Herrera

Students try different flavored jelly beans at the Bean-Boozled event Oct.31.

Ana Hernandez, Kate Herrera, and Perla Ramirez

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On Wednesday, Oct. 31st, all Round Lake High school students and staff were challenged to play the Beanboozled Challenge during all lunch hours in the commons. Students were nominated by classmates and it cost five Hero points to make a nomination.  Students who dared to try the jelly beans risked tasting the disturbing flavors of spoiled milk, rotten eggs, canned dog food, barf, boogers, dead fish, and stink bugs. Students who also made nominations also had to try the jelly beans. The purpose of this challenge was to continue to build our school community here at RLHS. By laughing and having fun together, students and teachers could continue their positive relationships.