Articles in the School Spirit Category
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By Caroline Sipple
Student government organized and held Leon’s first ever tailgate on the hill on Friday, Oct. 21, before varsity football’s homecoming game.
The tailgate proved to be successful with many students showing up.
Caroline Kirk and Caroline Dempsey, along with the fundraising and membership motivation committees in SGA, helped put on this …
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by Hannah Wong
Today, April 4, marked the first day of Prom Spirit Week. The theme was Safari Monday.
Students dressed up as both explorers and safari animals. Some wore binoculars and khaki hats, while others donned zebra and tiger print clothing.
Several participants chose to go all-out with full-body costumes.
“I was looking …
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By Hannah Wong
Festive holiday decorations were put up all over the lobby by members of the Student Government Association yesterday, Dec. 1.
The project was directed by Student Government’s School Spirit Committee. It’s an annual tradition at Leon. The decorations include holiday lights and hanging snowflakes. Some were saved from previous …
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It is an ominous sign when the co-president of the Pep Club describes the senior class as “apathetic.” Sarah Sullivan, who shares the presidential position with fellow senior Avery Bebout, is disappointed in her class’s lack of spirit.
It’s not just the Pep Club that is noticing the apathetic vibes. Student Body President Nic Gavalas shares Sullivan’s sentiments.
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Henry Searcy started a legacy when he attended Leon High School in the 1950’s. Now, over sixty years later, his family is still successful in Leon Athletics.His grandson, Taylor Searcy, played baseball last year on the Junior Varsity team. He plays as catcher, but is injured this year and is …