By Alexa Doyer

Elm Street School

On Monday, Mar. 22 through Friday, Mar. 26 Elm Street School’s own seventh and eighth graders had their annual Spirit Week. On Mon. they had hat day. Students enjoyed the festivities with sparkles, skier hats, skull caps, and trucker hats among other things. On Tues. they had PJ. Day. From Mickey Mouse, clouds and stars, to sharp sayings, they all had a great time. During lunch time they engaged in a relay and a three-legged race. Mrs. Barbara Reilly’s eighth grade homeroom came in first for the three-legged race and for the relay Mr. Randy Smith’s homeroom took first place.

On Wed. they had blast from the past. Students dressed like the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, or 80’s. From peace signs, record decorated skirts, crimped side ponytails, we all would love to have been alive during those days. On Thur. it was crazy hair day and, boy, let me tell you that we had some CRAZY hair! It was great!

We also had tug of war that day. Mr. Reilly’s homeroom conquered. On Fri. we had costume day, some pulled out their Halloween costumes, some were devils, army chicks, and clowns. No matter what, it was certainly the most colorful day. During lunchtime we had knockout and a pudding eating contest! Mr. Tuckers seventh grade homeroom won knockout and Mr. Smith’s homeroom won the pudding eating. Mr. Smith’s eighth grade homeroom won over all the rest. They will receive a pizza party. Congrats to Mr. Smith’s homeroom.

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