As the school year gets started the rivalry between Pueblo County High School and Pueblo West High School begins with the famous Pigskin Game. To get PCHS ready and ecstatic for the game, PCHS held a spirit week before the game on Friday, September 2, for every student to participate in.
Monday was Go Fishing. Students dressed as fishermen went on a long day catching some sea life. Mati Lewin, senior, stated “It’s sad now no one dresses up within the school, and only a small amount do.” Tuesday was Twin Day. Being twins always comes with challenges, but when you're having fun with your friends at school, it is always worth the trouble. Wednesday was BBQ Dads and Soccer Moms It's always fun to dress like your parents, PCHS gave the opportunity to dress like them. This was a friendly competition with friends to see who could pull off the best look. Thursday was Green and Gold/ Dress Down West Students grab their west shirts and destroy them during the game.
The staff at PCHS are also getting into the fun activities being held during the exhilarating week. Flo Downs, counselor, got dressed up for Monday's Go Fishing. She stated “I like the ideas going on, some can be a little confusing, but I’m mostly excited.”
The Pigskin Assembly was held on Thursday, September 1, to rile up students for the big game on Friday. The cheer and dance team both performed lively performances to help excite students up for game day. The varsity football team showed their energy for the next day by cheering and riling up the crowd. Cinthia Arreola, senior, said, “It was so fun.” All grades gave their school spirit and participation throughout the assembly to prepare for the game and start off the school years assembly.
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