Twins, Fish Pops, and a Valentine’s Dance


High School Spirit Week

The Junior Class does it again! The Class of 2021 has won two years in a row for Spirit Week but not without some fierce competition. Each class had a chance to decorate doors throughout the hallways with whatever their creativity unleashed. This awarded them a minimum of 5 points per door with the possibility of many more if they could impress the judges. Dressing according to the theme for each day is a surefire way to gain points, and we saw lots of colorful hair-dos, twinning outfits, impressive hats and costumes, and dressed-to-the-nines, future professionals. And while the school days were full of clothing competitions, the after-school events brought the most heat. If a class showed up with the biggest crowd, they won 100 points towards their class. They could also win this amount by winning the event, which included dance-offs, karaoke, eating competitions (like fish cake pops), and relay races.

crazy hair

The week culminated in a Valentine’s Day Dance in the Middle School Cafeteria, decked with pink and red streamers, rope lights, and hearts. Besides dancing, there was a photo booth with props and games at each table. A few teachers even busted out some dance moves like Mr. Schultz with a split and Ms. Twigg with the electric slide.

valentines dance hs

The resulting points for each class was the Junior Class finished the week with 2,159 points and the Senior Class trailed right behind them with 2,148 points. The Sophomores and Freshman have their work cut out for them next year if they want to beat the class of 2021. They finished the week with 1,529 and 1,424 points respectively.

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