The Spartan Scroll

The Student News Site of Rosemont Middle School

The Spartan Scroll

The Spartan Scroll

Spirit Assembly number 2

Cameron – 7th spinning the wheel

The Spirit Assembly of Nov. 1st was a tight race for the top. The assembly started with the sit-down challenge where the 8th grade was awarded one point for coming in a close second, but the 7th grade was the fastest and won four points. Next came the Wheel, where one lucky seventh grader spun and got five points for 7th grade. Then came the mummy race. Each team had one minute to wrap the opposing team’s “mummy” with Saran Wrap. Then the mummy had to try and complete the obstacle course as fast as they could. The race was intense, with both teams trying their best to get through the challenging obstacle course. The race was tight and it was a mad dash to the finish line but the 8th-grade mummy Gary Ryznar had the fastest time and won the grade 5 points.

Then came the cheer. 8th grade was the loudest and got 5 points. The next game was egg roulette where five eggs were hard-boiled and seven eggs were raw, and each person picked an egg and smashed it on the other team’s head. If it was raw they would get a point, while if it was hard boiled you would get none. 8th grade started the game by smashing a raw egg onto a 7th grader’s head, while the 7th graders got off to a rough start by getting two boiled eggs. By the end of the game, the 8th grade smashed 4 eggs on the 7th graders’ heads while the 7th grade smashed 3 eggs on the 8th graders’ heads, meaning that the 8th grade won another 5 points.

So in total, Eighth grade is now in the lead with 39 total points, while seventh graders are now losing, with a total of 34 points.

Story continues below advertisement
Leave a Comment
Donate to The Spartan Scroll
$665
$1500
Contributed
Our Goal

Your donation will support the student journalists of Rosemont Middle School. Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment, take field trips, and cover our annual website costs.

Navigate Left
Navigate Right
About the Contributors
Finnley Gardner, Senior Photo Editor
Finnley (Finn) Gardner, is an eighth grader. He was born in Edmonton and moved to the US when he was six months old. He enjoys history and sports, mostly lacrosse. He also enjoys journalism with Ms. Monaco. The Spartan Scroll is a nice safe place for all and he encourages all seventh graders to join the newspaper next year. Enjoy the website. 
Yuvanah Vignesh, Photo Editor
Yuvanah Vignesh has been raised in California since the age of three. She is thirteen years old and is an eighth-grade student. She enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, as well as engaging in hobbies such as playing competitive tennis, piano, reading, and running. She is super excited to succeed as a journalist this year!
Elhaan Khan was born in Reno, Nevada in 2009. Though being born in the USA, Elhaan spent his toddler years in Bangladesh where most of his family is. When he was three years old he and his family moved to America where he would spend the rest of his school life. When he came here the first movie he saw was Guardians of the Galaxy, making one of the first memories he has of a talking space raccoon. In the past ten years, he has participated in a class play, learned how to play both the piano and guitar, found a love for sci-fi and horror movies, started reading a lot more adult comic books like Last Ronin and Invincible, etc. I look forward to covering stories for the Spartan Scroll.
Juliette Parmentier, News Editor
Juliette grew up in this area with a sister and two cats. She attended Benjamin Franklin Elementary before coming to Rosemont. Also don’t ask her where “Romeo” is because EVERYONE asks that. She’s trilingual and can speak English, almost fluent French, and some Chinese. Juliette likes to travel, garden and hang out with friends. She’s excited to be part of The Spartan Scroll team this year. :)
Donate to The Spartan Scroll
$665
$1500
Contributed
Our Goal

Comments (0)

All The Spartan Scroll Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *