Spirit week shows pride

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A rainbow of glitter paint, several rolls of streamers, an array of smelly markers, and crazy creative class slogans. These are all aspects that contribute to the process of making class floats, class signs, and crazy costumes for the much anticipated Spirit Week.

What does spirit week mean to you? “Showing your true colors to other people,” said sophomore Richard Cresswell. For spirit week, each grade level makes signs with class slogans and floats. The signs are displayed in the cafeteria and judged for spirit points at the end of the week. The class floats are driven around the football field at the homecoming game on Friday night and are also judged for spirit points.
As we move into Spirit Week here at Osceola creative costumes that took much planning were worn for Time Travel Tuesday. Monday, October 5th will be Character Day, Tuesday, October 6th will be Time Travel Tuesday (babies, young children, adults, and elderly) Wednesday, October 7th will be College/Prep Day, Thursday, October 8th will be Throwback Thursday (decades: 50, 60, 70, and 80), and Friday, October 9th will be the classic Class Colors Day. Wednesday night at the football field is Spirit Night.  Anyone is able to participate as long as they have turned in the proper paper work to the teacher that are representing their class.

On Friday, there will be a Pep Rally during 7th period in the gym and on Friday night, the homecoming football game is at home at 7:30PM against Tarpon Springs. Saturday night is the homecoming dance beginning at 8:00PM. “Spirit week is a week to have fun and show school spirit,” said one freshman.

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