Encampment K-12 celebrates "End of the World"


Doug Radunich

Left to right, Randa Sorensen, Shawneka Sifford, Jacob Dickinson, Hunter Hammer and Gale Jackson roam the halls of Encampment K-12 School Thursday during the school's 2014 homecoming week, titled "The End of the World". Thursday was "Zombie Day", and other specialty days throughout the week included Pajama Day, Funeral Day, Survivor Day, Zombie Day and Red and Black Day. See more Encampment homecoming week photos on page 10.

Students at Encampment K-12 School saw 'dead people' last week.

2014 Homecoming week was dubbed "The End of the World" and students seemed to have fun during the week by dressing as zombies and corpses.

Throughout the week of Jan. 27-31, students came to school dressed appropriately for the school's themed days, consisting of "Pajama Day", "Funeral Day", "Survivor Day", "Zombie Day" and "Red and Black Day". The entire school also participated in "Penny Wars", a contest to see which class in K-12 could donate and raise the most money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Members of the Encampment...

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