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Spirit points

Spirit Week Assembly Games

After attending one of Hunter High’s many assemblies we’ve had so far, you’ve probably noticed that we play games during them. The games are usually fairly competitive, and have a reward for “spirit points”. Spirit points are a reward system that puts our Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes in competition with each other. The games are usually strategically made so that every student that competes has a fair opportunity, for example, Freshman and Juniors play against each other, and Sophomores and Seniors play against each other. With this week being Spirit week, and our Spirit week Assembly being just days away, the time to sign up to compete in these games is now. If you’re at all interested, our SBO’s strongly encourage you to sign up, and they guarantee you’ll have a lot of fun.

To sign up for Assembly Games: 

Click the link below and fill out the form with your information.

How else can I earn Spirit points for my class? 

Other alternative ways to earn Spirit points this Spirit week are;

  • Signing your class binder at lunch, binders are located at a table in the commons
  • Play games held by our SBO’s in the commons area.
  • Find the spirit stick! Every day, one of our SBO’s will announce a clue to where the spirit stick is located. Try to find it after school to earn points for your class.
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Samantha Sorensen, Staff Writer
Hi! My name is Samantha Sorensen and I am a sophomore at Hunter High School. Some things I like to do for fun are hang out with friends and family, watch movies, and go shopping. My interest for journalism started when I took a speech and debate class during my freshman year of high school. I discovered that I like arguing a point and trying to make a change, but I didn't like the competition. I feel that because of this, Journalism is a better fit for me, because I can write influential stories and prove a point but without the competition and arguing, and so far I am really enjoying this class. This school year I am looking forward to meeting new people and learning new things, and I am hoping to broaden my horizons in journalism.

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