Spirit Week is here!
January 29–February 2, 2024
Modesty guidelines still apply during Spirit Week.
No cross-dressing. No negative or offensive costumes. No racially or culturally insensitive or offensive costumes. No weapons – not even fake ones! No roller skates, rollerblades, or hoverboards. No costume masks.
Monday, January 29 — Class Color Day
Tuesday, January 30 — Medieval Day
Wednesday, January 31 — Book Character Day
Thursday, February 1 — Circus Day
Friday, February 2 — Blue & White Day
Thursday, February 1, 6:30 p.m.
Community Night is the only chance for friends and family to see all classes’ Spirit Week performances in one exciting evening! It’s also a great opportunity for any family considering Westminster to meet members of our community. Throughout the evening, you will have the chance to enjoy a showcase of all the week’s performances, which include Film Project, Boys Poms, and Lip Sync. The artboard competition will also be on display.
No tickets are needed for this event, but space is limited. Overflow seating will be available. If you are bringing a guest who cannot climb up the bleacher steps or uses a wheelchair or scooter, please email Lisa Rupprecht. She will reserve a space for your guests and one for a person to sit with them.
Friday, February 2
Spirit Week performances from 1st and 2nd place Lip Sync, Boys Poms, and Film Project, and the final results will take place right after the varsity boys basketball game.
- JV Boys Basketball – 4:15 p.m. vs. Whitfield
- V Girls Basketball – 5:30 p.m. vs. Whitfield
- V Boys Basketball – 7:00 p.m. vs. Whitfield
Taste of Westminster
During Spirit Week, PAW hosts Taste of Westminster in the Café. This is a great opportunity for students, faculty, and families to enjoy an easy and delicious meal before Community Night. Meals may be purchased online or at the Bookstore with cash or check (not student accounts). The deadline to purchase is January 25. Meals will not be sold at the door.
Thursday, February 1, 4:45–6 p.m. (Community Night)
Chick-fil-A sandwich, waffle chips, and a brownie
Friday, February 2, 4:45–6 p.m. (Big Night)
Callier’s BBQ brisket, mac & cheese, and a cupcake
- Spirit Week FAQs
How do I find out more about Spirit Week?
There is an official Spirit Week Handbook detailing everything including dress-up themes, rules, games, music/dance guidelines, etc. Be sure to check Instagram for updates and pictures of the preparations and fun!
Can I attend the performances during the school day?
Yes – if your student is performing in a big event that day. With all of our students, faculty, and staff, we don’t have room for all parents and siblings. Visit livestream.com/westminster to watch all live broadcast Spirit Week events. If you would like to receive email notifications before a broadcast goes live, you will need to sign up for an account through Livestream. You may watch replays of Spirit Week events on our Livestream channel when the week is finished.
- Taste of Westminster FAQs
How do we purchase dinners?
The deadline to order meals has passed.
Do we need tickets or receipts for Taste of Westminster dinners?
No; you only need to purchase your dinners. As you arrive, we’ll check off names.
What if our family members arrive at separate times?
Not a problem! We keep track of how many dinners per family are served.
What if we want another student to use one of our meals?
If you can, please email Lisa Rupprecht to let her know. If not, your student must be present to tell us.
Can we buy dinners at the door?
No meals will be sold at the door. If you want to check after the dinners are completed, and we have extras, you can purchase a meal at that time.