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Students react to Spirit Week

“I liked how they were different from past spirit weeks and a lot of people participated,” Lindsey Hancock, junior

“I liked how they were different from past spirit weeks and a lot of people participated,” Lindsey Hancock, junior

“I liked how they were different from past spirit weeks and a lot of people participated,” Lindsey Hancock, junior

“I liked how they were different from past spirit weeks and a lot of people participated,” Lindsey Hancock, junior

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Starting off second semester with a spirit week was a hit among the student body; there were complications surrounding the date change of Glo and the missing school days because of inclement weather, but overall the week of spirit was completed. Here are some student reactions.

 

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