Full of Spirit at JFK

Full of Spirit at JFK photo

John F. Kennedy Middle School celebrated school pride with Spirit Week, which was held from Feb. 11-15.

The week kicked off with Pajama Day and Jersey Day, then continued with a full display of Golden Eagle enthusiasm on Feb. 13 during Battle of the Classes.

As a highlight to the celebrations, Battle of the Classes took place at the end of Colors Day. Each grade was designated a school color to represent their class, with sixth-grade in white, seventh-grade in gold and eighth-grade in blue. That afternoon, the three grades came together in the school’s gymnasium for a pep-rally-style event. 

Sixth-grader Daniel Anicito, seventh-grader Emily Kossman and eighth-grader Adriana Lisa led the annual occasion as this year’s masters of ceremonies. Sporting their grade’s color, students competed against each other in team activities such as musical chairs, human rock paper scissors and bag toss. Points were tallied throughout the event and members of the eighth-grade class was crowned the winners.

Spirit week continued with Fictional Character Day followed by Band/Music Day as students showed their personalities through each theme.

The district thanks all those that helped to put the spirit of JFK in the spotlight!