“It was entertaining and I enjoyed the break from class, ” said sophomore Sadie Walsh about the rally on Friday, March 31, before the start of Spring Break. Junior/Senior class sponsor Ms. Wahl collaborated with students to make the “YOU MATTER” t-shirts worn by faculty. Students were then surprised as they entered the gym with teachers cheering them on from both sides. The rally also marked the return of a later start of MOD F (12:45) instead of the MOD E slot used earlier in the year.
Games like Hungry Hungry Hippos, pictured below, encouraged competition between the grades, where the 9th grade came away as champions.
Sophomore Sophie Gibson emphasized a moment loved by many students: “My favorite part was Mr. Coffin being thrown to the floor.”
The marching band performed and spring sports shared upcoming games and invited students to attend home games.
Junior Zoli Eadie shifted from playing with the marching band to sprinting with the junior class before Take the L Dance mode after his grade defeated the seniors in the balloon pop/relay race to end the pep rally.