Many local schools are encouraging students to participate in a virtual spirit week.
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At Richland Creek Elementary School, Kylen shows off his creative side, encouraging people to stay home.
Virtual Spirit Day 2! Creativity Day.. Kylen decided to make a picture with Pete The Cat with some of the essentials during this time, Toilet paper, Clorox Wipes, and Soap. Don’t forget the most important message of this post is to STAY HOME! @RichlandCreek32 @WCPSS @SizemoreInK pic.twitter.com/fuBxCBtay3— MorganS.Anorve (@AnorveMorgans) March 31, 2020
Monday, students celebrated by reading out loud to their pets and stuffed animals.
This week is #VirtualSpiritWeek @RichlandCreek32! Today Elliott and Mr Alligator are reading Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets with a little snack.🐊📖 #rcesbulldogs @WCPSS @ACrad4 pic.twitter.com/vq2JLcwD8s— Deana Keathley (@mynameisdeana) March 30, 2020
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Josh Matteau, an English teacher at Middle Creek High School, showed off his pajamas for pajama day.
Students at at Green Magnet Elementary School showed spirit on superhero day.
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At Panther Creek High School, participants celebrated March Madness Monday by wearing their favorite team jersey or shirt.
At Garner High School, participants celebrated Maniac Monday and Tik Tok Tuesday.
Good Morning @Garner_HS!!! Ok, today is Tik TOK Tuesday. This is Renarda, my college roommate’s daughter. She was here last month for a college visit at NC A&T. We had fun doing this. What do you think? Positive Vibes only!!! 😆 #GMHSvirtualspiritweek pic.twitter.com/uwfB0ee9jX— Beverly L. Smith (@BeverlyLSmith1) March 31, 2020
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Though students must stay home until at least May 15, their school spirit is staying strong.