Homecoming Spirit Days 2018

Posted on 10/11/2018
Spirit Days Excite Students for Homecoming

Riley Noga
Staff Editor

Homecoming week is full of excitement as people frantically try to find a dress, a date, or a location to take pictures.

From Tuesday October 9th to Friday October 12th, there are many activities to show school spirit and have fun before the dance on Saturday October 13th.

Each day there is a Spirit day where the entire school dresses up a certain way depending on
the theme.

Also, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, there is a different game to participate in during the lunch period. Each grade chooses around four representatives depending on what game is being played that day. The students from each grade work as a team and compete against the other grades to win and play during the pep rally on Friday.

“I love participating in the spirit days before homecoming because they are a lot of fun and I love seeing all the school spirit. I also am excited to compete against the other grades during lunch,” senior Hayley Mcgee said.

On Tuesday, the week starts off with Throwback Day where students can dress up from any decade. The game at lunch is the cookie monster challenge where someone tries to get a cookie from their forehead into their mouth without using their hands.

On Wednesday the spirit day is Meme Day where students dress up as their favorite meme or vine. The spirit game is the balloon relay where each grade competes to sit down and pop a balloon on a chair.

On Thursday the week continues with the spirit day as Prep Day. Students dress up preppy or as a Frat student. The game is limbo where you go as low as you can go under the bar.

On Friday, the last spirit day is Red and White Day where students where as much red and white to show their school spirit. There is no game being played during lunch but the previous three games will be played during the pep rally to determine an overall grade winner.
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