Students, teachers celebrate 'virtual spirit week' to keep school spirit high during COVID-19 pandemic

WAKE COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) -- As schools stay closed to students during the COVID-19 pandemic, districts are getting creative with how they engage with students.

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.



Monday, students celebrated by reading out loud to their pets and stuffed animals.







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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.





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Though students must stay home until at least May 15, their school spirit is staying strong.
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