September 19, 2014 | Kacey Chambers |
Let’s join in the fun and celebrate together as family of The First Academy. It’s Spirit Week at Lower School. Spirit dress code for the week includes:
• TFA T-shirts (uniform, sports team, fine arts, camp, etc.)
• Appropriate bottoms (uniform shorts or pants, jeans, jean shorts or jean skirts)
• Regular dress code for shoes apply
• Friday, everyone that ordered a 2014 Homecoming T-shirt should wear it with your jeans
This year, students may wear the following fun items on the designated Day:
Monday – Lion Day: Students may bring a stuffed/toy lion.
Tuesday – Sock Day: Students may wear funny socks.
Wednesday – Glasses Day: Students may wear fun glasses of their choice.
Thursday – Hat Day: Students may wear a fantastic fun hat.
Friday – Blue & Gold Day: Students may wear blue and gold spirit wear if they do not have a Homecoming T-shirt.
K4-5 students will prepare to show school spirit at Friday’s parade by making spirit items such as shakers or paw prints in their classrooms. The parade route will be filled with blue and gold.
5th and 6th grade students will participate in making banners to be displayed in the parade:
• All 5th and 6th grade students are given an opportunity to sign up for a date and time to help with this project.
• All banners are created on school property at various assigned locations from 3:15pm until 4:15pm.
• Students are responsible for informing parents if they are assisting with this project.
• Any parent interested in supervising should contact the appropriate grade level PTF Captain – your help would be greatly appreciated.
• Library Aides and Safety Patrols will march in the parade.
Lower School will have a Pep Rally from 9:50am – 10:20am in the Gym on Friday.
Remember, the Homecoming Parade is scheduled for Friday, October 24th at 1:50pm around Loop Road. Come enjoy the floats and banners, the band, cheerleaders, and more.
Of course, you have to experience the Homecoming football game against Holy Trinity (7:00pm kick-off) and the halftime crowning of our new King and Queen. If you plan on attending, admission to the game is free for students with I.D.’s and $5 for adults.