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Oct
15
High School Highlights

We get a little jealous when we see our patients come to the office dressed up in all sorts of garb who have been participating in their Spirit Week at school.

So jealous, in fact, that here at Bailey Orthodontics, while many of our patients have Fall Break this week, we will be doing OUR very OWN Spirit Week!!! The best part? You can come in dressed for OUR Spirit Week and earn rewards points!!!

As a refresher from our posts on social media:

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To prepare themselves for this week, we asked staff about their favorite memory from high school. Below were their responses:

Dr. Bailey: "I was in choir and was a baritone. I stood in the back row. My teacher couldn't see well so I would take an extra long lunch hour because he couldn't see whether or not I was there. I also loved Friday night football games and the excitement and energy that came with that." (He would neither confirm nor deny whether or not he made out with girls under the bleachers).

Liz: "Theatre class. Our teacher made us perform in front of other classes. This really forced me out of my comfort zone and was good for me."

Zhetannah: "I was always late coming back to school after lunch, but my teacher let me bribe him with Starbucks."

Alyssa: "In my Junior year of high school, I had a teacher, Mr. Satterfield, who loved celebrities. We went on numerous field trips to T.V. tapings, the Beverly Hills Mall, etc. in the hopes we might run into a star. We once saw 2Pac with his new puppy at the mall."

Karen: "Being involved with student council. We decorated for so many dances and I loved student council class because it was a nice break from the rest of high school classes."

Jen: "I have so many great memories with cheer. We had great unity, great school spirit, and long bus rides to our games where I was just happy getting to spend lots of time with my friends. Once I almost died from a piece of pom pom string getting lodged in my throat."

Haylee: "Greatest memory was in volleyball when I spiked a ball and it bounced off an opponents face."

Brenna: "Playing tennis. I enjoyed trying a new sport." (Currently a senior in high school).

Do you remember your best memory of high school? Let us know!