Missouri Association of Student Councils swarms Jefferson City High School

Juile Smith/News Tribune
Scattered around the hallways and lobby of Jefferson City High School were activities in which students could take part while waiting for the next activity to occur. At this stop was a rug loom, strands of which were made out of strips clothing material and woven between pieces of string stretched on the wooden frame.  Kyana Huseynov, near, and Emma Gillilan, both sophomores at Higginsville High School, worked on the piece before the start of Friday afternoon's general session in the gymnasium.
Juile Smith/News Tribune Scattered around the hallways and lobby of Jefferson City High School were activities in which students could take part while waiting for the next activity to occur. At this stop was a rug loom, strands of which were made out of strips clothing material and woven between pieces of string stretched on the wooden frame. Kyana Huseynov, near, and Emma Gillilan, both sophomores at Higginsville High School, worked on the piece before the start of Friday afternoon's general session in the gymnasium.

Jefferson City High School is hosting more than 1,000 people this weekend despite not being in session.

Rather than its normal JCHS freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors, the halls are filled with students from all across the state for the Missouri Association of Student Councils (MASC) State Convention.

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