End-of-year pep rally Monday, May 24


Students can participate in an end-of-year pep rally on Monday during homeroom. The theme will be Spirit War: Purple vs White, and underclassmen are asked to wear white, while upperclassmen are asked to wear purple. “We chose this theme because we wanted something simple and easy for all students to participate in,” cheer sponsor Nicole Moore said. “We figured there’s no better theme to end the school year than proudly representing our school colors.”

Students will have the option to participate in an end-of-year pep rally Monday, May 24 during homeroom.

The pep rally will be in the large gymnasium, and students are encouraged to wear a mask. Students concerned with COVID-19 risks are allowed to skip the pep rally and go to the auditorium during homeroom. The pep rally’s theme is Spirit War: Purple vs. White, and students can dress up according to grade level colors, with upperclassmen wearing purple, and underclassmen wearing white.

“We decided to have this last pep rally in hopes of doing something a bit ‘normal’ in spite of this COVID year,” cheer sponsor Nicole Moore said. “We think students deserve a chance to celebrate making it through such a crazy school year. The cheerleaders have been preparing for this pep rally by having practice every day during 8th period and even after school. They have been putting together some great stunt shows to wow the student body and amp up the spirit.”

During the pep rally, all students who competed or performed with their teams and organizations throughout the year will be recognized for their achievements. Students being recognized should wear their team shirt.

“At this pep rally, we will be hosting the inaugural Parade of Champions,” Moore said. “We are going to allow them a moment of glory as they show off their trophies, medals, certificates, banners and awards in front of their peers.”