The second day of T-shirt week was Hawaiian day. Students were to dress up in their best Hawaiian shirts. “Hawaiian day really messed up some total spirit point totals, because so few people dressed up for it,” Mrs. Borcherding stated. After counting up the total for the students who wore Hawaiian shirts, freshmen had 17%, sophomores had 7%, juniors had 11%, and seniors had 17%.
On the third day of T-shirt week, the theme was to wear pink. This day had more participation. Freshmen had 32%; sophomores had 26%; juniors had 22%; and seniors had the highest for this day, with 36%.
Thursday’s theme was “throwback.” Students were to wear shirts from years gone by. Some students wore old sports t-shirts from NHHS final fours that occurred years and years ago. Molly Munsinger, for example, wore a girls’ basketball shirt from 1998. Other students wore shirts from middle school graduation and elementary school field day.
On the final day of T-shirt week, each class had an individual color to wear. Freshman wore red; sophomores wore yellow; juniors wore orange; and seniors wore blue. Hanna Fitts, a sophomore, stated, “I liked how all the colors were assigned to classes.” At the end of this day, the total percent of each classes participation was; 49% for freshmen; 66% for sophomores; 58% for juniors, and 57% for seniors.
The class that had the most points for T-shirt Week was the sophomore class! Brooke Reed, a sophomore , remarked, “It shows that our class can come together to show school spirit.”
After T-shirt week ended, more points were added to each class’s spirit points. At the end of the week, the total percentage points for each class were 48% freshman; 63% sophomores; 56% juniors; and 54% seniors.
The next and final chance for spirit points will be Flood the Field during an upcoming baseball game.
-by Abby Perdue