School Wide Scavenger Hunt

"Polar Express theme song can be heard here in the morning" was just one of the clues advisory teams earned after correctly naming the five Sacred Heart Goals before dashing off in search of the next destination (spoiler: it's the orchestra room where musicians are learning the piece for future concerts).

"Polar Express theme song can be heard here in the morning" was just one of the clues advisory teams earned after correctly naming the five Sacred Heart Goals before dashing off in search of the next destination (spoiler: it's the orchestra room where musicians are learning the piece for future concerts).

The School Wide Scavenger Hunt which took place on October 4 infused a joyful bout of fun into an otherwise gray Friday.

"It's important for our students to have time to play together," says spirit club moderator and scavenger hunt organizer Chris Ohlwein. "High school can be stressful and as adults we know it's important to remind the girls to take time to have fun and help orchestrate opportunities to do that."

The Woodlands Academy Council of Representatives (WACOR) and the Spirit Club teamed up to create the scavenger hunt while Woodlands adults served as cheerleaders and clue-givers.

"It was really fun and great to work together as an advisory," said French Teacher Julia Sands' advisory of sophomores.

The afternoon concluded with a school-wide Kahoot! (an online platform to create interactive quizzes) on Woodlands trivia.

After the conclusion of the game, one voice amidst the group could be heard saying "this school is really fun."

Mission accomplished.