Middle School Door Winners
1st place - Ruth Hill (left)
2nd place - Amy Nicholas (right)

High School Door Winners
1st place - Sharon Pitts
2nd place - Mrs. White

By April Dawson

Calhoun County Middle High School students have been spreading the Christmas spirit throughout the school. The art classes have been portraying their talent by painting delightful pictures of Christmas trees, reindeer, snowmen to pictures of their favorite cartoon character on the windows and doors all around the building.

Each homeroom class was given the challenge of decorating their doors to be judged by the high school film class. Students spent a week gathering materials and creating the perfect holiday door.

Middle School class winners were: 1st place Mrs. Hill's "Christmas Tree" (made of each student's hands), 2nd Mrs. Nicholas' "Simple Gifts", 3rd Mrs. Offutt's "Christmas Tree", 4th place Ms. Martin's "Christmas Tree and Presents".

High School class winners were 1st place Mrs. Pitts's "North Pole", 2nd Mrs. White's "Gingerbread House", 3rd Mrs. Chesser's "Stockings", 4th Mrs. Yoak's "Breast Cancer".

Faculty and students were also given the challenge to enter the "Ugliest Sweater Contest". There were some very unique sweaters that were homemade as well as originals.

High School Sweater Winners
1st place - Melinda Fitzwater (left)
2nd place - Kenzie Laughlin (right)

Middle School Sweater Winners
1st place - Katie Walker (left)
2nd place - Chastity Bunch (right)

Middle School winners were 1st place Mrs. Walker (5th Grade Teacher) for her Christmas Tree Sweater, 2nd Mrs. Bunch (5th Grade Teacher) for her Snowmen Sweater, 3rd Gracie Cooper (5th Grade), 4th Jasmine Nicholson (6th Grade).

High School winners were 1st place Mrs. Melinda Fitzwater (Special Education Teacher) for her "Garland and Elf Sweater", 2nd Kenzie Laughlin (Senior) for her wacky "Light, Stocking, and Wreath Sweater", 3rd Hallie Alfred (Senior) for her "Poinsettia Sweater", 4th Mrs. Bennett for her original "Snowmen Sweater".

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