Winter spirit week culminates in annual MORP dance

Students can show their school spirit during spirit days like 'PJ Day' and 'USA Day' and by wearing neon colors beneath the dance's black lights on Saturday

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Madison Wise

MORP, which is "prom" spelled backwards, is an informal dance where students can have fun, de-stress, and hang out with friends. Posters hang around the school to promote the event.

Kyla Henige, News Editor

In honor of Valentine’s Day, MCHS will host the annual MORP dance on February 15 at East Main Gym. The theme of the dance will be “Glow Out.”

MORP, which is “prom” spelled backwards, is an informal dance where students can have fun, de-stress, and hang out with friends. 

During the week preceding MORP, Student Council will host a spirit week to get students ready for this dance.

Monday is the classic pajama day. On Tuesday, students can wear all the trends of the 1990s. Students are invited to wear school colors to represent MCHS pride on Wednesday an, on Thursday, wear red, white, and blue to honor the United States. Lastly, on, Friday students can wear anything flannel.

At the dance on Saturday, students can wear neon or all white, which will glow beneath the event’s black lights and match the “Glow Out” theme.

Tickets to MORP will be sold in the East and West cafeterias during lunch hours.