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Morning Announcements 10-4

Welcome to special Spirit Week edition of the morning announcements for Thursday, October 4.

This completely student-produced series will offer school and national news, weather, athletic highlights and performance event calendars. As the students further develop their independent production skills, we will add additional content which might include music and movie reviews, interviews, on-location stories, and video highlights.

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Is Spirit Week Necessary?

By Danica Nadeau, 15′

Senior Luke Sterling gets a boost at this year's Spirit Week.

Senior Luke Sterling gets a boost at this year’s Spirit Week.

From hallway decorations to the different arrange of colors walking through the halls, spirit week is a week for teenagers to be teenagers. At Edward Little High School, we take spirit week seriously, and even though it’s a week that is not totally focused on academics, I can say that with definite confidence that it has a positive impact on the school community.

With the big bad seniors wearing black and conquering the halls, you always have the juniors tagging along trying to steal the ghost, the sophomores stepping up their game, and the freshmen just beginning to get the feel of how Edward Little tackles this crazy week. Even though spirit week shows everyone’s competitive side, it also is a time that the school community bonds and becomes stronger. Spirit week doesn’t just allow teenagers to have fun; it also allows classes to work together to become closer.

Pink Day at EL

Students and staff at Edward Little wore pink to help raise awareness for breast cancer research on Tuesday, Oct. 1, as part of Spirit Week. (Photos by Rahma Ali and Ashley Bowden)

EL Continues Spirit Week Tradition with Board Game Inspired Theme

Students Dressed in Pink on Tuesday, Oct. 1, to support Breast Cancer Awareness.

Students Dressed in Pink on Tuesday, Oct. 1, to support Breast Cancer Awareness.

By Vada Ritchie, ’15

Welcome freshmen, and welcome back sophomores, juniors and seniors, to Spirit Week!