Spirit Week 2.0 at The Grauer School
The High School ASB/Leadership class would like to thank everyone who supported Spirit Week 2.0 by dressing up and/or competing in lunchtime activities during the week prior to Spring Break. We are proud to announce our winners:
- 1st place~ 11th Grade Class
- 2nd place~ 12th Grade Class
- 3rd place~ Faculty
The photos below show highlights from Spirit Week 2.0:
- Monday, April 8~ Dress-up: Pajama Day; Lunchtime Activity: Balloon Stomp
- Tuesday, April 9~ Dress-up: Pirate Day; Lunchtime Activity: 3-Legged Race
- Wednesday, April 10~ Dress-up: Jersey Day; Lunchtime Activity: Tug-O-War
- Thursday, April 11~ Dress-up: Formal Day; Lunchtime Activity: Musical Chairs
- Friday, April 12~ Dress-up: Class Patterns Day; Lunchtime Activity: Dodgeball
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