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Shrewsbury High is in the “spirit”

 

Members of the Senior Class make a "big" entrance.

Members of the Senior Class make a “big” entrance.

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury High School celebrated Spirit Week in a multitude of ways Sept. 16-20 with events including Class Color, Tie Dye, Favorite Sport Team, and School Color day.? On the last day, a Field Day featured all four classes competing in events such as volley ball, tug? of war, relay races, basketball, and class spirit.

Photos/Heidi Hayes-Pandey

Freshmen Class Officers Cat Ritigliano (vice president) and Erin Bean (president) stand proudly in front of the Freshmen Class.

Freshmen Class Officers Cat Ritigliano (vice president) and Erin Bean (president) stand proudly in front of the Freshmen Class.

These seniors are into the "spirit" of the event.

These seniors are into the “spirit” of the event.

The varsity cheerleaders perform.

The varsity cheerleaders perform.

The school's mascot poses for a shot with some of the cheerleaders.

The school's mascot poses for a shot with some of the cheerleaders.

A three-legged race was one of the events.

A three-legged race was one of the events.

The Freshmen Class came in second place in the tug of war.

The Freshmen Class came in second place in the tug of war.

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