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Igniting School Pride: Leadership hosts well-received T-shirt flash sale

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Amogh Belgal
As the sun sets on the eve of Don Deckout, the leadership team’s engaging t-shirt flash sale paints a vivid picture of the collective enthusiasm soon to sweep the campus.

In an attempt to promote school spirit, the Amador Valley Leadership Team hosted a t-shirt flash sale during lunch on Thursday where students could purchase Amador spirit gear for $15. 

“Upcoming, we have a lot of spirit days, so we wanted to have a flash T-shirt sale to be able to give students who are new to the school the opportunity to buy stuff and deck out,” said ASB Secretary Taylor Cohn (‘25). 

As school begins to roll into a rhythm, the short sale was primarily targeted towards freshman and new Amador students as a way to introduce them to the fun-filled spirit of high school life. 

“I thought the flash sale was really good. If everyone is wearing something collective, it allows us to feel more like a community. These flash sales really do help, because most people do not really know where else to get Amador gear,” said Shree Khangaonkar (‘25)

At the start of the 2023-2024 school year, the Leadership Team have made it one of their topmost priorities to improve participation in school spirit by offering incentives to those who dress up. 

“We are actually starting to do competitions between classes for spirit days — leadership will go to each classroom during fourth period and give a trophy or a prize to whichever class is the most decked out,” said Cohn

Small fundraisers, such as this well-received flash sale, keep the Leadership Team afloat while simultaneously encouraging students to be a greater part of the Amador community. 

“I think the idea of school spirit in Amador is great, especially when leadership is selling things. It really kind of brings the community together,” said Khangaonkar

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