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Unleashing the spirit: a week of spirit and school pride

Snowcoming has officially ended, and spirit week was the beginning of all of the fun. The dress-up days included K–12th grade, which allowed the entire school district to feel more connected. Many students at CHS came up with very clever ideas for their outfits, hoping to get their class as many spirit points as possible.

On Monday, the theme was Pajama Day. Many CHS students and teachers were walking throughout the halls cozied up; some were wearing slippers, while others carried blankets.

Tuesday was Teacher-Student Swap Day. Students chose a teacher to dress as and wore something that teachers would typically wear. For the teachers, many of them dressed as average high school students.

Wednesday was Senior vs. Baby Day. The sophomores and freshmen dressed up as babies; juniors and seniors dressed as senior citizens. Along with students, many teachers dressed up as senior citizens and babies, going along with the spirit week dress-up day.

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Thursday was Country vs Country Club. Students chose to bring out the countryside of them, wearing cowboy hats and boots. While others chose to bring out the preppy side. They wore sweaters, golf skirts, fancy shoes, etc.

To wrap up spirit week, Friday was purple and gold day, which showed the most amount of school spirit. This day was when most students dressed up, and everyone felt the excitement for Snowcoming Day.

Junior, Dustin Hamilton shares his thoughts on spirit week, he shares, “I think it has gone pretty good; I enjoyed most of the days. Most of all I’m excited for the game on Friday.”

Junior, Lleyton Bauman also shares about Spirit Week, Bauman states, “I like the topics. I like the school atmosphere. All the dressing up is very interesting; some of the people have taken it very seriously, and I couldn’t even recognize Mrs. Sigman when she dressed up as an elder, but most of all I like the dress-up day decisions.”

Spirit Week brought a lot of fun and energy to the school. A big thank you to the student council for all the planning they did for the spirit days, and the entire week overall!

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Connor Stevens
Connor Stevens, Staff Writer
Connor Stevens is a substantial sophomore here at Concord High school. He plays two sports, basketball and track. He is best known for his outgoing personality. However, most people at CHS would describe him as a friend to all. Connor's favorite class is American History with Mr. Simmons, and he is grateful for his family and friends!

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