2011-02-17 / Education

SPIRIT POINTS




(Below) Student Council members at Roscommon High School organized several Minute to Win It-type games for the Feb. 11 pep assembly such as this “extreme hanky panky” game which required contestants to remove tissues from two boxes at a time. Winning this game was junior Alyssa Kenyon. Other games, which counted toward Spirit Jug points, were “elephant march,” “relay race” and “chocolate unicorn.” (Above) Juniors fight for the win in a tug-o-war match-up. Earning the most points to win the Spirit Jug were the juniors. The assembly was part of the Winter Carnival Week itinerary, which ended with the basketball game that night against Houghton Lake. (CHP) (Below) Student Council members at Roscommon High School organized several Minute to Win It-type games for the Feb. 11 pep assembly such as this “extreme hanky panky” game which required contestants to remove tissues from two boxes at a time. Winning this game was junior Alyssa Kenyon. Other games, which counted toward Spirit Jug points, were “elephant march,” “relay race” and “chocolate unicorn.” (Above) Juniors fight for the win in a tug-o-war match-up. Earning the most points to win the Spirit Jug were the juniors. The assembly was part of the Winter Carnival Week itinerary, which ended with the basketball game that night against Houghton Lake. (CHP)

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