While Hockaday saw the great success of ISAS, we weren’t able to witness all the backstage planning behind the festival. For 10 days, housekeeping and maintenance worked to set up tents, port-a-potties and buffet lines, among many other things. Around 150 faculty helpers, 120 parent volunteers and 100 students also contributed to the success of the festival. To accommodate over 4,000 attendees, Hockaday ordered 5,000 wristbands and 4,000 boxed meals, and used 54 homerooms for 43 schools. Drama teacher Emily Gray reveals more crazy numbers that prove just how much effort it took to put together this amazing event.
Kelsey Chen, Staff Writer.