Date: Monday, September 29th –
Saturday, October 4th
Dress-Up Days September 29th-October 3rd:
Monday –Lazy Day (dress super comfortably)
Tuesday-Halloween Costume Day (no masks)
Thursday-Blaze Orange and Camo Day
Friday-Red and White Day (wear as much red and white as possible)
The class (freshmen, sophomore, junior, or senior) with the most participation in the dress up days will win the Student Council Spirit Trophy, which will be awarded at the pep assembly. Teachers who dress up with their advisee classes will earn the class they advise two extra points per dress up day, so encourage your teachers to dress up with you J
- Half a day of regular classes
- Lunch in cafeteria or hamburger/brat fry in the concessions stand outside (Bring cash if you’d like to buy from the concessions stand).
- Afternoon Choice Activities (You may stick with one activity all afternoon or travel between them):
Powder puff Football – Football field (in case of rain—old high school gym)
Girls need to buy a powder-puff t-shirt ahead of time to become part of the team.Listen for the announcements in the morning.
Anyone may also buy a class t-shirt for a souvenir, even if not participating in the games.
Board games and card games in Study Hall
Ping-Pong in Commons
3D tic-tac-toe and logic games in room G122
Karaoke in the choir room
Chess tournament in the library
Lite-Brite competition and hot beverage sale in the art department
Movie in the auditorium
Ultimate Frisbee and/or soccer on the practice field outside
Beanbag Toss on the practice field outside
Saturday: Dance 7:30-11:30 Admission $10.00 per person (most people dress up semi-formally, but that is not required. It is also totally cool to come with a group of friends instead of a date)