Looking Back At the 2021-22 School Year

As seniors prepare for college, and juniors suffer with “senioritis”, the 2021-2022 school year is coming to a close. To remember the school year, lets talk about all the amazing things that have happened this school year.

The 2021-2022 school year started on August 30th. Football games started in September, but it wasn’t until September 10th that the Red Raiders defeated Carrick 41-6 at home. The cheerleaders hosted their annual cheer camp on September 18th, to encourage younger girls to get involved in cheerleading. At the Homecoming football game, Sophia friend was crowned Homecoming queen. The Homecoming dance was hosted at the Uniontown Country Club on September 25th. Together, the football team and the cheerleaders had a bingo fundraiser for the teams. In October, the first spirit week was held for Halloween. Snowball was held at the Hopwood social hall. Snow King and Queen were Brandon Hebda and Addy Wilhelm. A dodgeball tournament was held to start off Christmas break.

School resumed on January 3rd. The mask mandate was no longer in place. Over the course of the school year, an attempt to use electronic hall passes was made. However, it only lasted for about a month. Kona ice made several stops at the school throughout the year as a fundraiser. The Drama Club performed “The Adams Family” starting in February and into march. The Glow dance was held at the Uniontown fire hall. The first assembly in over two years was held to watch the third annual Lip Sync battle. Prom was held at the Grayson house on May 13th. Prom king and queen were Lee Troup and Summer Hawk.

We are thankful that so many activities and events occurred for our student body this year.

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