Spirit week was a success! Students enjoyed showing their spirit by dressing up for each themed day.
For anyone who was wondering, the freshmen class won the hallway decorating contest.
The pep rally included the introduction of each varsity sports team as well as a very entertaining tug of war between each class and then the faculty. The homecoming dance after the game also had a great turnout and all that went enjoyed the music and dancing.
Congratulations to the most spirited boy and girl from each class and a big congratulations to the homecoming queen Katelyn Caza and the homecoming king Tim Conners!
Although the varsity boys football team didn’t win, they played their hardest and it was a great night to be able to recognize the seniors.
The seniors got the chance to thank their parents and play for one last time on their home field.
Also in the sports world is some exciting news! The girls varsity soccer team has a record of 8-2-1 putting them at first place in the league! The girls are very excited and hope to keep the first place title in their upcoming games.
The boys varsity cross country team is currently undefeated with a record of 3-0. The team still has a few more dual meets but the top ten runners from the team will go to sectionals!
The girls varsity tennis team will be sending Anna Guernsey and Kassidy Kearns to sectionals. Congratulations to both of you and good luck!
This week’s focus at G. Ray Bodley is learning! Five week reports are being mailed this Friday. Look for a newsletter along with your five week report.
Seniors, St. Joseph’s School of Nursing will be in the guidance office Oct. 12 at 10:15 a.m. Stop by if you are interested!
I hope everyone enjoyed their Columbus Day off because the next full day off from school isn’t until Veterans Day Nov. 12.
Enjoy the week!