All around the school, teachers are showing their holiday spirit by choosing to have STUCO members decorate their doors for the winter season.
Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa are represented on the outside of the Library’s doors. There is also an all-encompassing winter themed door.
Cathy Presley, math teacher, has a familiar character on her door. The character, Olaf, from Disney’s Frozen is bright and present against the blue background.
Kyle Devine, biology teacher, takes on a different, more horrific approach to his door. The door is based on a european folklore. “Krampus,” spelled on the door, translates to “half goat, half demon” and the image represents who punishes kids who have misbehaved.
Luke Gentry, social studies teacher, had his door, Room 209, decorated based on a classic book “The Snowy Day” written by Ezra Jack Keats. The children’s book, published in 1962, is based on a boy experiencing his first snow of the season.
Justin Spurgeon, social studies teacher, had his door decorated in bright red wrapping paper with a simple gold bow at the top. The door provides a simple saying of encouragement explaining that “today is a gift.”