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​Spirit Week is Fun For All
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Spirit Week is Fun For All

By LAUREN SNYDER

Red and Blue Editor

Another crazy Spirit Week at Alliance High ended with a pep rally, the Varsity basketball game against West Branch, and the Winter Homecoming dance.

The students and staff dressed up in themes each day. Monday they were allowed to wear comfy PJs to school. Black Out Day was Tuesday, while Wednesday was Dress as the Opposite Sex - or some would call it Gender Bender - Day.

Thursday was Red and Blue Day, a day to show maximum Aviator pride. Mismatch Day was Friday, when being a fashion victim wasn't an issue.

Sophomore Kylie King said, “It was super fun and entertaining to see people participate.”

At Thursday’s pep rally, the AHS Band played many of the songs they have learned throughout the year and the cheerleaders performed their competitive routines. Also, each grade level got to participate in a hula hoop race which the seniors won. Another game was the blanket race, which was won by the junior team.

Winter sports teams, students and faculty participated in a 3-point game in which team members tried to make as many baskets as possible in the time allowed. Not surprisingly, the boys’ varsity basketball team won. 

Week is Fun For All

By LAUREN SNYDER

Red and Blue Editor

Another crazy Spirit Week at Alliance High ended with a pep rally, the Varsity basketball game against West Branch, and the Winter Homecoming dance.

The students and staff dressed up in themes each day. Monday they were allowed to wear comfy PJs to school. Black Out Day was Tuesday, while Wednesday was Dress as the Opposite Sex - or some would call it Gender Bender - Day.

Thursday was Red and Blue Day, a day to show maximum Aviator pride. Mismatch Day was Friday, when being a fashion victim wasn't an issue.

Sophomore Kylie King said, “It was super fun and entertaining to see people participate.”

At Thursday’s pep rally, the AHS Band played many of the songs they have learned throughout the year and the cheerleaders performed their competitive routines. Also, each grade level got to participate in a hula hoop race which the seniors won. Another game was the blanket race, which was won by the junior team.

Winter sports teams, students and faculty participated in a 3-point game in which team members tried to make as many baskets as possible in the time allowed. Not surprisingly, the boys’ varsity basketball team won.