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Voices of Spirit Week

This year’s Homecoming Spirit Week was filled with vibrant costumes, intense competitions, and a contagious sense of school spirit. We surveyed students and staff to dive into what people thought.

When asked what they thought about the daily themes this year, Phoebe Hubbell said they were “a lot better than last year.”

Ellie Mallo said, “It’s all good except babies vs old people.” 

We asked Mrs. Pepper what her favorite theme from Spirit Week was. “I love PJ day!” she said. “I wish it was always PJ day.” 

We also asked a student what themes they wanted to see next year. “Twin Tuesday,” said Phoebe Hubbell. She also suggested, “Every grade should have a different set of decades instead of color wars.”

We asked some students what they thought Spirit Week meant. This is what they had to say;

“Spirit week is important because it gets everyone together and participating. Overall, it gets everyone ready for Homecoming and brings the community together.” – Keyana Hernandez, Azhiyen Wemigans, & Madison Bernard

“It gets people hyped up for the game and the dance.” – Kail McQueen

As this year’s Homecoming celebrations came to an end, we realized that Spirit Week isn’t only about dressing up. It is all about celebrating school spirit and fostering a sense of unity and excitement amongst us students, boosting our school pride. It’s a time to come together as a school community, show off our creativity, and cheer on our football team.

Don’t stop, keep showing your school spirit, and have fun!

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Tamara Oyimi
Tamara Oyimi, Former Staff Reporter
Tamara Oyimi is a sophomore and a writer on “Opinions”. She is most interested in taking photos and interviewing students. She spends most of her time chilling and watching tv shows. 
Nadiley Madison
Nadiley Madison, Former Staff Reporter
Nadiley Madison is a sophomore at MPHS. She writes opinion stories and takes photos. This is Nadiley's first year on the Pipeline staff.
Harmony Keatts
Harmony Keatts, Former Staff Reporter
Harmony Keatts is a sophomore and second-year staffer on the Shield. She was drawn to newspapers by her interest in photography and writing stories. She is most interested in covering opinions and school events. When Keatts isn’t covering school events, you can find her hanging out with friends, going to the mall, or watching new movies.
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