EHTHS students and staff take the Survivor Challenge

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During a game of Junk in the Trunk, which involves shaking ping pong balls out of a tissue box attached to participants' waist, Frank Williams, a science teacher at the high school, tries to shake the last one out. During a game of Junk in the Trunk, which involves shaking ping pong balls out of a tissue box attached to participants' waist, Frank Williams, a science teacher at the high school, tries to shake the last one out.

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Eight seniors and eight staff members competed on the Ojibway and Lakota tribes during the Staff vs. Student Survivor Challenge Wednesday evening, Oct. 10, at Egg Harbor Township High School. The school's Renaissance Club hosted the event, which consisted of several different competitions, such as the Tug of War, Junk in the Trunk, and Red Cup Race to name a few. The Renaissance Club is an organization that builds up school spirit and rewards students for positive academic achievements.

Speaking in an Australian accent and dressed for the occasion, Michael C. Martirone, a teacher at the high school and a co-host for the evening, announces the participants in each tribe at the start of the Survivor Challenge.

Karen Semet, left, who is the supervisor of health and physical education at the high school, and English teacher Allison Fenton prepare to toss dodge balls at their opponents on the blue team. Karen Semet, left, who is the supervisor of health and physical education at the high school, and English teacher Allison Fenton prepare to toss dodge balls at their opponents on the blue team.

The Ojibway (blue) tribe races to finish their chocolate cakes without using their hands. Shown from left are Lindsey Burton, Ashley Villa, both seniors, and Frank Williams, a science teacher at the high school. The Ojibway (blue) tribe races to finish their chocolate cakes without using their hands. Shown from left are Lindsey Burton, Ashley Villa, both seniors, and Frank Williams, a science teacher at the high school.

After the pink Lakota tribe wins the tug of war, seniors Steve Morgan, left, and Jason Benjamin give each other a high five. After the pink Lakota tribe wins the tug of war, seniors Steve Morgan, left, and Jason Benjamin give each other a high five.

After starting off a match of Face the Cookie with an Oreo on his forehead, English teacher Dennis Heenan tries to After starting off a match of Face the Cookie with an Oreo on his forehead, English teacher Dennis Heenan tries to catch it in his mouth without using his hands.

Danielle Brady, a math teacher at the high school, sinks the last pong ball and defeats the pink tribe at the Red Cup Race. Danielle Brady, a math teacher at the high school, sinks the last pong ball and defeats the pink tribe at the Red Cup Race.

EHTHS students and staff  take the Survivor Challenge

EHTHS students and staff  take the Survivor Challenge

EHTHS students and staff  take the Survivor Challenge

 


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