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Lack of pep rallies annoys students

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Lack of pep rallies annoys students

The junior class shows school spirit by screaming during a pep rally on Sept. 28.

The junior class shows school spirit by screaming during a pep rally on Sept. 28.

Photo by Kayla Music

The junior class shows school spirit by screaming during a pep rally on Sept. 28.

Photo by Kayla Music

Photo by Kayla Music

The junior class shows school spirit by screaming during a pep rally on Sept. 28.

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Pep rallies are school-wide get-togethers that bring students together to have a fun, stress-free 45 minutes to show support for athletes. This year, there were only three. Students who work hard deserve to have 45 minutes to go to a pep rally and show school spirit. They earned more than three pep rallies.

Some students were disappointed about only having three pep rallies this year. Pep rallies don’t have to stop at football and volleyball. Other sports, such as golf, swimming and tennis need support too, and pep rallies can bring the student body together to encourage other athletes.

At the homecoming pep rally on Oct. 14, the noise was deafening as the seniors and sophomores battled to see who could be the loudest. Having the time to yell can be stress-relieving for students. They may be more likely to work hard in school if they know a fun activity will be waiting for them at the end of a hard week.

Pep rallies allow students who don’t have the time or money to go to games to show their support for the players.

The school community has lots of school spirit, and one way it is expressed is through pep rallies. If students and faculty are willing to put in the work, then more pep rallies should be incorporated into the school year.

The Waldron Street Journal is written and edited by students of Flour Bluff High School and they are solely responsible for its editorial policy and content. Viewpoints expressed are not necessarily those of other students, faculty, or the administrations or school boards of the Flour Bluff School District.

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