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Inlet Grove Community High School had its first pep rally on Oct. 6th, for the homecoming football game that was later that day.

Teachers and students were told to follow the activity bell schedule which,  according to the schedule was: first period 8 am to 9:15 am, second period from 9:20 am to 10:35 am, third period from 10:40 am to 11:55 am, lunch is 11:55 am to 12:40 pm, and fourth period is from 12:45 pm to 2:00 pm.

The event was held in the gymnasium where students were separated by grade level. The host’s were Jordan Cajilus, a Junior in the TV Production Academy, and Annmessa Deroncelly, a Junior in the Medical Academy. 

“This is the fourth pep rally I’ve hosted,” said Cajilus. “So it was pretty chill.  The way me and my partner got the crowd hyped felt like we were on top of the world”.

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During the pep rally the football team were introduced with music and the crowd supported them by shouting.  Afterward, the hosts picked students from each grade level to participate in the games that were planned.

The first game that was introduced was a mini scavenger hunt. The components were told what to get from their class levels, and in the end, the seniors won. 

“The most entertaining game played at the pep rally was when the crowd had to give the items to the players,” said Kresly Jeantinoble a Senior in the Pre-Architectural Academy.

The second game that was introduced was a game of tic-tac-toe. There were two rounds, the first was 9th vs. 10th, then the second was 11th vs. 12th.

The band team was introduced right after and performed in a glow-in-the-dark theme. 

“The band team had a good performance but, it could’ve been longer and better,” said Rosecarlineda Medelus. 

Then the dance team were introduced after the band and their performance excited the crowd. 

“I feel like the dance team did great,” said Thamare Geffrard, a Junior in the Pre-Law academy. “They had skills and they were hype.”

Soon after the Dj played a Nikki Minaj song and the cheerleaders started dancing which surprised the crowd and got more people excited. 

“The cheerleaders did their big one,” said Cerph Moneus, a Junior in the Pre-Law Academy.

Patrick Flowers then announced the homecoming court for freshmen, sophomores, and Juniors. 

“I’m just glad my friend Annmessa won,” said Shamaelle Milce, a Junior in the LPN Academy. 

At the end of the pep rally, the hosts asked each grade level to make the most noise to win the spirit stick and after several do-overs, the senior class won.

 

“This was Inlet Grove’s best pep rally,” said Moneus. “Everyone was hyped and I almost lost my voice”

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Hi guys, my name is Jessica Bureau and I'm a Junior in the Medical Academy. You’ll normally find me around campus participating in almost every activity. Things that interest me are photography, interior design, criminal justice, and the medical field. I love going out and being a helping hand. I hope to become someone else's motivation as I finish high school.  

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    Nilaja HarrisOct 23, 2023 at 6:56 pm

    Great Article! I agree that this was the best pep rally at this school, can’t wait for more exciting ones to come.

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    Kayle COct 23, 2023 at 1:29 pm

    I really enjoyed this story and loved the way it was organized. From being there first person, the article was accurate ,and depicted our Canes well, this pep rally will definitely be one to remember. Great work!

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    Tyshawnah DumerlusOct 23, 2023 at 1:26 pm

    This article was very well written. The amount of detail made me relive the pep rally. Or can help someone who didn’t attend feel like they have. I also feel like the quotes in this article accurately showcased what the entire student body felt about the first pep rally of the school year. Great article!

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    Jordan HibbertOct 23, 2023 at 1:16 pm

    I really enjoyed reading this article because when I attended the pep rally I found myself singing along to the songs and enjoying the vibes there. My favorite part was when the alien mascot came onto the court and started exciting the crowd. I hope we have more pep rallies like this one again sometime

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    Allisson MartinezOct 23, 2023 at 1:13 pm

    I think this article is great, described how the schedule of the day went and the pep rally. Being there and experiencing this pep rally and reading the description on this story, I would have to agree with most of the students, this pep rally was definitely hype and one heck of a pep rally.

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    Liz BrunoOct 23, 2023 at 10:55 am

    very well put together! It tells you all the details that happened. It was my first homecoming game, and I enjoyed it very much. I can’t wait for next year!

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    Brianna MorrisOct 23, 2023 at 10:53 am

    Reading the article made me feel like i was at the pep rally again. I liked the brief details. This article is worth reading.

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