Spirit Week

Dress Down Days

Monday

No School (so sad, tear tear)– Educator Professional Development

Tuesday

My Team Tuesday:  What’s your team?  What’s your sport? Dress in your favorite team’s jersey or shirt, or go all out—season ticket holders, popcorn venders, hockey masks and pads.

Wednesday

Holiday-Out!  Merry Christmas!  Happy Fourth of July!  Happy Halloween and Cinco De Mayo!  Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, St. Patty’s and Groundhog Day!  Whatever your favorite holiday, show us your best ‘fit! Ugly Christmas sweaters, Easter bunnies, and Groundhogs welcome! Arbor Day, Pi Day, and Mother’s Day.

Thursday

Cowboys vs. Aliens:  Area 51 Raid – Which side are you on?  Dress all out as a Cowboy invader or Alien defender.   Show off your lassoing skills or extra-terrestrial powers.  *No toy weapons.

Friday

Blast from the Past:  A blast from the past! Join us as we travel back in time to the best styles in history. Suggested decades:

  • Freshmen:  90’s  Flannel, Clap, clap, clap clap Monica and Chandler!!

  • Sophomores: 60’s !! Polka Dots, Hippies, Peace and Love. 

  • Juniors: 70s’s Disco! Long Fun Pants, Bright Colors, Tye Dye. 

  • Seniors: 2000s – iCarly, Britney Spears, Hannah Montana, Jonas Brothers, Lebron James, Fred Figglehorn 

  • Educators: 80’s Big Hair Don’t Care, Shoulder Pads are welcome. There’s no such thing as too few legwarmers.  Miami Vice and Alf.

*If your outfit is a 15 out of 10, and exceeds those of your peers, you may dress as any other year, such as 70 Trillion BC or 1690s. 

**For all Spirit Week days, remember to keep modesty and the school environment in mind.  No yoga pants or leggings. No shorts of skirts more than three inches above the knee. Nike shorts over leggings doesn’t fly.  No bare shoulders for guys or girls. Hats are ok if they’re part of your costume. Please no fake weapons even as part of an outfit.

Events

FlyerSpiritWeek2018.pdf
Flyer Spirit Week 2018

Homecoming Court Voting

All students are allowed to vote for the juniors and seniors they would like to nominate for the Homecoming Court. The Homecoming Court of Honor will be showcased at halftime of the Homecoming football game.

The king and queen are selected by a committee of students  who interview each senior individually and then vote on who will be the king and queen, based on the interview.

Use the Google form to vote for your choice for the Homecoming Court.

Tailgating

Song Battle

Spirit Week September 27, 2019

At the Pep-Rally there will be a chance for five performances from the five classes on campus—9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and Educators.  Here is how it works.

 

Educators: 80’s Africa (Toto)

Seniors: 2000’s All Star (Smash Mouth)

Juniors 70’s  Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)

Sophomores: 60’s Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)

Freshman: 90’s  I Want It That Way (Backstreet Boys)

 

Battle Royal Rules

  • During the weeks leading up to the Pep-Rally students and educators will decide on five songs.  Songs will be drawn out of a hat for each group (9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, educator)

  • Groups must perform up to but not exceeding 120 seconds (2 minutes) of the song.

  • Groups must select the song segment and tell the student DJ by midnight the Monday before the Pep-Rally.

  • Groups must have a roll or roster sheet.  Students at the rehearsal on Sunday night before the Rally will be on the roster sheet.  These students will be out periods 1-3 on the day of the rally for a final rehearsal. The act must be approved by Mr. Rogosich.

  • Groups must have no less than 10 people and no more than 40.

  • Groups gender ratio must not exceed 30/70

  • Groups are advised to see the pep-rally schedule posted the day before the rally to know the order of the rally to determine when they are performing. Performers should get into place ONE act before and then will be cued to start.  They will be judged on timely starts.

  • Groups will have an opportunity to rehearse on September 22nd from 1-4:00 p.m.  in the gym.

  • Groups are judged by our alumni panel which will score on a scale of 1-100 on the following criteria: dance, showmanship, creativity, mission.

  • Points will be deducted by Mr. Rogosich for each time the rules are not met to the fullest

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pep-Rally Information

 

Practice Schedule

1st Set Up

2nd and 3rd Song Battle (skits)

4th Cheer

5th Band

6th Dance Team

7th Drum

8th free

 

Pep Rally – Bell Schedule

8:00                             Warning Bell

8:05 - 8:45                  Period 1 (40 min - 10 Minute Homeroom at the end)

8:50 - 9:20                  Period 2 (30)

9:25 – 9:55                  Period 3 (30)

10:00 – 10:35              Period 4 (35)

10:40 – 11:15              Period 5 (35)

11:20 – 11:55              Period 6 (35)

12:00 – 12:30              Period 7 (30)

12:35 - 1:10                Period 8 (35 min -no announcements)

1:10-2:55                     Pep Rally

 

 

Order of the Pep-Rally

1       Prayer/ Nat’l Anthem         

2       Slide Show                        

3       Cheerleaders                      

4       Field Hockey

5       Freshman Song                  

6       Football     

7       Band                                 

8       Girl’s Golf             

9       Sophomore Song    

10    Chili Challenge                  

11    Women’s Cross C.             

12    Dance Team                      

13    Men’s Cross C.                  

14    Drum Line                                                 

15    Tennis       

16    Junior Song            

17    Volleyball  

18    Educator Song                   

19    Soccer                                                                   

20    Homecoming Court

21    Senior Song

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