El Dorado celebrates “What if …?” Week

What if everyone had school spirit? What if negativity disappeared on social media? What if we said thank you more often? What if everyone cheered in the Hawk’s Nest? What if …?

This week was El Dorado High School’s third annual “What if …?” Week, which is designed for the school community to rise above negative trends, and reinforce the idea that every Golden Hawk matters.

Tuesday, Feb. 21: a short video was broadcast during second period. After watching it, an open discussion was held about what goes on inside and outside the classroom walls.

Wednesday, Feb. 22: this was the most popular day of “What if …?” Week. It was the beginning of the compliment wall, which allowed for everyone at El Dorado to write down a compliment to someone, and place it on the theatron wall.

Thursday, Feb. 23: El Dorado hosted Davey Muise, a guest speaker from the East Coast. His message resonated with students during the assembly.

Friday, Feb. 24: the students and staff celebrated Golden Hawk pride. El Dorado’s campus was covered in black and gold.

After “What if …?” Week, the school will continue to live in the Hawk’s Nest together, strengthened by their shared experiences. The El Dorado community cares a little more, knows a little more, listened a little more, saw a little more and loved a little more.

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