Back-to-School Boogie: Bishop’s kicks off new school year with pep rally

The Bishop’s School students were the first in town to head back for the 2013-2014 school year. On Wednesday, Aug. 21 they returned to their hallowed halls for a few class periods and then a “Dancing Through the Decades” rally to generate excitement for the coming term. The short week was designed to serve as an easy transition from summer to the fall school year. Led by the Associated Student Body Council, students learned a dance to represent each decade, from the 1920s to the 1990s.

The Bishop’s School student body filled the gym for a back-to-school assembly, where they learned different dances for the ‘Dancing Through the Decades’-theme. here, they move to ‘Jump Around’ by House of Pain. Ashley Mackin

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