Miami Trace Local Schools celebrated spirit week as they prepared to face their rivals the Washington Court House Blue Lions at Friday’s football game. On Wednesday, the third graders celebrated Double Denim day.

Miami Trace Local Schools celebrated spirit week as they prepared to face their rivals the Washington Court House Blue Lions at Friday’s football game. On Wednesday, the third graders celebrated Double Denim day.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Students showed their love and support of the Panthers with many special celebrations throughout the week which gave the kids a chance to get silly and dress up.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Teachers also participated in the special spirit days such as Double Denim day at the Miami Trace Middle School.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Students celebrated Monochromatic Monday as the first of the celebratory days.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Throwback Thursday was also a fan favorite with students wearing hippie outfits and poodle skirts as a nice blast from the past.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The Throwback Thursday at the high school also included jerseys of old professional athletes and more.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The middle school also celebrated Too-Bright Tuesday where they enjoyed wearing bright and vivid colors to show off their Panther spirit.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The girls golf team could be seen with big smiles as they waved at the many other students watching.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The volleyball team was also very friendly and greeted the other Miami Trace Panthers Friday.


Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

On Friday, Miami Trace High School paraded around the campus for students to enjoy as part of their Spirit Week pep rally. The football team was one of many teams participating in the campus parade.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Miami Trace Local Schools celebrated spirit week as they prepared to face their rivals the Washington Court House Blue Lions at Friday’s football game. On Wednesday, the third graders celebrated Double Denim day.

Students showed their love and support of the Panthers with many special celebrations throughout the week which gave the kids a chance to get silly and dress up.

Teachers also participated in the special spirit days such as Double Denim day at the Miami Trace Middle School.

Students celebrated Monochromatic Monday as the first of the celebratory days.

Throwback Thursday was also a fan favorite with students wearing hippie outfits and poodle skirts as a nice blast from the past.

The Throwback Thursday at the high school also included jerseys of old professional athletes and more.

The middle school also celebrated Too-Bright Tuesday where they enjoyed wearing bright and vivid colors to show off their Panther spirit.

The girls golf team could be seen with big smiles as they waved at the many other students watching.

The volleyball team was also very friendly and greeted the other Miami Trace Panthers Friday.

On Friday, Miami Trace High School paraded around the campus for students to enjoy as part of their Spirit Week pep rally. The football team was one of many teams participating in the campus parade.

Miami Trace Local Schools celebrated spirit week as they prepared to face their rivals the Washington Court House Blue Lions at Friday’s football game. On Wednesday, the third graders celebrated Double Denim day.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_Double-Denim-Wednesday-3rd-grade-wing.jpegMiami Trace Local Schools celebrated spirit week as they prepared to face their rivals the Washington Court House Blue Lions at Friday’s football game. On Wednesday, the third graders celebrated Double Denim day. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Students showed their love and support of the Panthers with many special celebrations throughout the week which gave the kids a chance to get silly and dress up.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_0309.jpgStudents showed their love and support of the Panthers with many special celebrations throughout the week which gave the kids a chance to get silly and dress up. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Teachers also participated in the special spirit days such as Double Denim day at the Miami Trace Middle School.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_2415.jpgTeachers also participated in the special spirit days such as Double Denim day at the Miami Trace Middle School. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Students celebrated Monochromatic Monday as the first of the celebratory days.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_Monochromatic-Monday.jpgStudents celebrated Monochromatic Monday as the first of the celebratory days. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

Throwback Thursday was also a fan favorite with students wearing hippie outfits and poodle skirts as a nice blast from the past.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_Throwback-Thursday-elementary-students.jpegThrowback Thursday was also a fan favorite with students wearing hippie outfits and poodle skirts as a nice blast from the past. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The Throwback Thursday at the high school also included jerseys of old professional athletes and more.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_Throwback-Thursday-high-school-crew.jpgThe Throwback Thursday at the high school also included jerseys of old professional athletes and more. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The middle school also celebrated Too-Bright Tuesday where they enjoyed wearing bright and vivid colors to show off their Panther spirit.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_Too-Bright-Tuesday-Middle-School-Students.jpgThe middle school also celebrated Too-Bright Tuesday where they enjoyed wearing bright and vivid colors to show off their Panther spirit. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The girls golf team could be seen with big smiles as they waved at the many other students watching.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_2045.jpgThe girls golf team could be seen with big smiles as they waved at the many other students watching. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

The volleyball team was also very friendly and greeted the other Miami Trace Panthers Friday.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_2047.jpgThe volleyball team was also very friendly and greeted the other Miami Trace Panthers Friday. Photos courtesy of Miami Trace Local Schools

https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_20201002_130531779.jpgMartin Graham | Record-Herald photos

On Friday, Miami Trace High School paraded around the campus for students to enjoy as part of their Spirit Week pep rally. The football team was one of many teams participating in the campus parade.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_IMG_20201002_130622422.jpgOn Friday, Miami Trace High School paraded around the campus for students to enjoy as part of their Spirit Week pep rally. The football team was one of many teams participating in the campus parade. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos