Photo by Jennifer Reinhart

Photo by Jennifer Reinhart

What does school spirit look like?

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014 5:45pm
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It wasn’t just the students at Paul Banks Elementary School that celebrated school spirit day. The faculty and staff got into the act, too, with a human pyramid built by (bottom row, from left) Principal Eric Pederson, school custodian Eric Benson and aide Daniel Bunker; (second row, from left) teachers Seanna Gunn and Wendy Todd and topped by special services teacher Sally Burns. In the background are paraprofessional Bobby McKinney, holding the letter “A” and teacher Dina Marion displaying the letter “N” for “Peanuts,” the school’s mascot.

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