After Boone High principal Kris Byam and seniors Nathanial Brown and Erin Kinne took to the halls, camera and radio in hand, Boone High’s halls became dance floors. Boone High School put on a DanceDub to kick off homecoming week. It was an evolution of dance, starting with music from the 1950’s and ending with today’s music. The DanceDub started in the History area of the school where the “old school” era of music and dance took place. It ended in the gymnasium with the entire student body and staff dancing to the music of today.
The main purpose of the DanceDub was to bring the school together to show off all of Boone High’s clubs, sports, students, and staff and the wonderful relationships between them all. Sports teams were highlighted in different sections of the school, as well as all the school clubs.
Senior Erin Kinne says, “It was exciting for me to help set up something that involves every student and staff member at Boone High.” Kinne had been planning the DanceDub for a week prior to the event. Kinne put together a mashup of all the music that was used, and walked the path the camera would follow many times to count everything out and make sure it all fit together. Mr. Byam and Kinne worked closely together with the cameraman, Nathanial Brown, and the staff and student body to ensure the DanceDub was a great time for everyone.