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Homecoming Spirit Week

Holi-Day

The bell rings and students walk in wearing plaid pants, Christmas hats and even costumes. For the first dress-up day of homecoming week, McIntosh students and staff kicked off with Holi-Day outfits representing their favorite holiday.
“I chose Fourth of July for my favorite holiday because we have a big party at our house and all of our friends come,” Geometry teacher Heather Hulse said.

A number of students participated even if it just meant wearing colored clothes that matched the traditional color themes of certain holidays, like red and green for Christmas.

This allows students to show off school spirit as the days until the homecoming game and celebration occur.

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The next day, Oct. 3, is denim day. This marks the second day in the homecoming spirit week and allows both students and teachers to wear casual attire.

 

Denim Day

Oct. 3 was denim day. Students and teachers were allowed to wear denim from head to toe. This was the second day in the homecoming spirit week.

 

Surfers Versus Skiers

Oct. 4 was surfers versus skiers. Students and teachers were allowed to wear swim or beach attire or skiing attire. This was the third day in the homecoming spirit week.

 

Decades Day

Oct. 5 was decades day. Students and teachers were allowed to wear attire from any decade. This was the fourth day in the homecoming spirit week.

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Luke Soule
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Multimedia editor Luke Soule is a senior at McIntosh High School and has returned for his second year on the McIntosh Trail. Soule received an all-georgia and superior award during his first year on the staff as a writer and specializes in writing about film, music and environmental issues. He is also an editor for the Mischief Literary Magazine. Soule enjoys writing poetry and stories and has written multiple screenplays. Music and film are big parts of Soule’s life. He taught himself to play guitar and currently takes music theory and piano lessons. His favorite artists are Death Grips, Gregory Alan Isakov and Hugh Masekela. He also began writing screenplays at the age of 13. His favorite movies are The Master, Swiss Army Man and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. He frequently volunteers at the Fayette Humane Society and Clothes Less Traveled.
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Nyla Kërr is spending her first year on the McIntosh Trail staff for the 23-24 school year. She has always been passionate about writing and has been honing her craft for the past five years. Kërr received the President’s Award for Educational Excellence and competed in and won a speech and debate competition at both the school and county levels. Now, her top priority is surviving this school year and further developing her personal writing skills through journalism. Outside of school, she enjoys drawing, hanging out with friends and fighting to learn how to ride her low-quality, fixer-upper skateboard. The skateboard wins most days.
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