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C.O.T.Y. points; what are they?

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C.O.T.Y. Points are a new addition to this school year, but what are they? It stands for class of the year. Classes earn them at school events, games, music concerts, dressing up for spirit week, themes for the games, and random events stuco plans. There will be a surprise at the end of the year for the class that wins.

“Stuco wanted to start something that would get the students involved with events at our school, that’s why we started this.” said Cole Duncan and Lane Coulter, Senior stuco students.

“I really like the idea because it incorporates kids who wouldn’t usually go to the games want to go and get the points.”, Delaney Parr and Devin Ingrim, sophomores.

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