1. flamingsalmon

    flamingsalmon Community News Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    I'm almost completely certain most schools don't have these, but overnights. At my school, they're rather self explanatory and its just that you spend a night at school doing things, and this year since I'm in eighth grade, we're doing a four day hike along the Appalachian trail. Not excited. So, I'm gonna repeat, I don't know if any other school has these, but I'd like to know, does your school have them? and have they been fun?
     
  2. Birmanista

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    In 5th grade, and only 5th grade, my school had what they called a "lock-in", which was a huge sleepover at the school with their friends. We all set up sleeping bags in the hallways, and all night there were different activities like tug o' war, dodgeball, etc. I think they also forced us to watch a movie (live action cat in the hat) too, but I could be mixing up my school dances and the lock-in. Then, in the morning, we all sat in the foyer eating school-quality french toast sticks and honestly, it was ok that the french toast sticks were school-quality, never ruined the fun of the lock-in. It was probably one of the best school dances/events they ever did, and I hoped beyond hope that they'd bring it back. They didn't, actually, which made a good amount of the school really sad.
     
  3. Sparta (LiluTheCat)

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    Nah, we haven't done that. Sometimes we get loads of blankets and pillows and watch a movie but we never sleep at school, unless you board.
     
  4. UnMuteYaBoy

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    Does somebody in my L.A. class sleeping instead of reading his book in plain sight and not trying to hide that he's sleeping whatsoever count? If not, then no, never had one of these before. I did hear about one in that Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, though.
     
  5. Reeselizz

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    My school has what Birm has, lock-ins for the 8th graders. They spend the night in school blah seems sorta fun
     
  6. flamingsalmon

    flamingsalmon Community News Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    You know what? Now I'm glad I'm gonna be going to a normal school even though it ain't gonna have those, it will at least not have backpacking nightmares.
     
  7. Birmanista

    Birmanista Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    Gotta get back to nature rai, because the trees need you and they need you because trees dont photosynthesize, they actually eat backpacks.
     
  8. flamingsalmon

    flamingsalmon Community News Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    Well then my school is a feeding ground, my mind is made up birmboy
     
  9. Birmanista

    Birmanista Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    don't worry, at least the trees only eat backpacks, and not humans.
     
  10. flamingsalmon

    flamingsalmon Community News Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    They can consume the children there for bonus points
     
  11. Birmanista

    Birmanista Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    but rai,, I thought that children are humans
     
  12. flamingsalmon

    flamingsalmon Community News Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    I'm sorry have you met a child?
     
  13. Birmanista

    Birmanista Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    good point, good point
     
  14. flamingsalmon

    flamingsalmon Community News Forum Moderator Staff Member Forum Moderator

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    T-They're scary...
     

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