Johnston High Panthers celebrate Spirit Week


Spirit Week 2021 is coming up at Johnston High School!

Spirit Week took place this week, Oct. 18-22, leading up to our homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 23.

This year’s spirit days were as follows: Monday, Oct. 18, Pattern Day (Seniors: Camo, Juniors: Plaid, Sophomores: Tie Dye, Freshmen: Stripes); Tuesday, Oct. 19, Pirate Day; Wednesday, Oct. 20, Western Day; Thursday, Oct. 21, First Responder Day; Friday, Oct. 22, Blue & White Day.

Every day of that week students in each class dressed up in order to show their school spirit. Members of JHS Student Council visited each homeroom every morning that week, and tallied up each student who dressed up.

At the end of the day we announced the most spirited class for that day, after all of the homeroom tallies were added up.

On each day of Spirit Week teachers voted for the Best Dressed Student for that day.

One boy and one girl with the best outfits, according to the theme, were chosen and given gift cards for showing the most spirit.

The points classes earned from Spirit Week also go toward the Most Spirited Class Award, which is given out at the end of the year. Each year Student Council tallies up all of the Spirit Days in that school year and takes the class with the most points on a fun trip.

Editor’s Note: Members of the Johnston High School Student Council regularly submit articles for publication in the Johnston Sun Rise.


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