Day 2: Toddler Tuesday and Five Minutes to Win It

Freshman Vincent Ogasawara successfully topples a stack of cans by shooting a rubberband during the Minute to Win it challenge. Photograph by Kaycee Nakashima ('20).

For the second day of Spirit Week, students dressed up as babies and toddlers.

With bottles, bibs, and pacifiers galore, students reverted back to their younger years in their toddler themed clothes. To end the day, each grade competed in minute-long challenges against one another. From catching marshmallows, shooting rubber bands at cans to unravelling streamers at top speed, this year’s challenges made the most of every second on the clock.

Current scores after Day 2 (points)

#1 Seniors (40)
#2 Sophomores (31)
#3 8th Grade (26)*
#3 Juniors (26)
#5 7th Grade (12)*
#6 Freshman (4)

You can see a score breakdown here.
*Correction: Per the student council, eighth and seventh grade dress up points were incorrectly awarded when the scores were first posted. The eighth grade score is 26, not 28. The seventh grade score is 12 not 10.

 

Related Posts:

Day 1: Genre Day and Tug Of War

Day 3: Fashion Don’t Day & Trivia Competition

Day 4: Pepper Squad Day

Spirit Week: Fundraising For Ho‘ola Na Pua

Your Guide To Spirit Week 2017

 

Spirit Week Day 2 from HBA Eagle Eye on Vimeo.
Filmed and edited by Jarin Ashimine (’20)

Photographs by Ryan Su (’17), Paige Oshiro (’17), Kaycee Nakashima (’20), and Kristin Moniz (’18).

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