On Monday November 19, the students at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School were able to show their team pride by celebrating spirit day and wearing their favorite football team’s colors. Of course, the University of Alabama and Auburn University were well represented, but there were Notre Dame fans, along with LSU fans too, to name a few. The MCPS Holy Spirit Elementary Campus held a spirit day pep rally to end the school day. Led by P.E. Coach Ken Klinger for the Auburn Tigers and first grade teacher Miss Emily Yonker for the Crimson Tide, the students had a blast watching their teachers bust into the court yard through giant banners, cheering for their favorite team as game day music played. The surprise guest of the day was Aubie, Auburn University’s Mascot, who made the trip to have some fun with all of the MCPS football fans. He joined in a friendly relay game that pitted AU vs. UA. A class representative from each grade participated for each team with Bama bringing home the win. At the end of the day the Auburn fans were awarded the spirit stick by President Anne Ceasar who attended the event in a jersey that showed Auburn pride in the front and Bama pride in the back. The students and staff enjoyed kicking off the holiday week and big football weekend with a bang.
MCPS Students Volunteer at Night to Shine Event
The Tim Tebow Foundation’s Night to Shine is a prom-like