Riverview Fall Festival features decorations, games

Students at Riverview Middle School in Plymouth participated in a scarecrow- and door-decorating contest
and enjoyed a game-filled pep rally as part of their recent Fall Festival.
Students had a week to prepare their scarecrows and door decorations. Seventh grade won the scarecrow
contest with a corpse bride. Sixth grade won the door contest with a student zombie-themed door.
Students and staff also dressed up during the week, with daily themes determined by eighth-graders.
Monday was Twin Day, Tuesday was 80s day, and Wednesday had each grade level wearing a specific
color.
The festival culminated in a pep rally held Oct. 26. Students and staff were encouraged to participate in
activities such as Fall Rumble (tug-o-war), Broom Stick Shuffle, Candy Corn Race, Costume Crazy Relay,
Windy Whirl and Stick Pass. Eighth-graders facilitated the games.
When the points from the decorating contests and the pep rally events were tallied, sixth grade and seventh
grade were tied. The tie-breaker saw homeroom teachers from the grades face off in a tug-of-war. The sixthgrade teachers were victorious, and the sixth grade was awarded the school’s Spirit Stick.
The Fall Festival activities were coordinated by staff members Abbie Ward, Joanna Tripp and Wendy
Schlies.













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