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Impalapalooza Week!! April 5-9


Impalapalooza Week is April 5th-9th!!

It's time again for our annual spring tradition when we celebrate all things POUDRE! 

Monday, April 5


Rep your Poudre gear and Poudre colors!

EVENT - Movie Night!

Come see Maleficent or Beauty and the Beast in the small gym

  • Movie starts at 7:30pm!
  • FREE
  • Concessions available for purchase
Tuesday, April 6

SPIRIT DAY - Teacher/Student Swap Day

Students dress up as a teacher and teachers dress up as students!

EVENT - Day of Gratitude

A day for us to all show gratitude for each other.

During Lunch in flag hallway:

  • Grab a note to write on and give to another Impala (staff and students)
  • Grab a sticky note, write what you are grateful for and put on our tree in the flag hallway
Wednesday, April 7

SPIRIT DAY - Comfy Day!

Wear the clothes you feel most comfortable in! 


  • 2 showings! 5-7 pm or 8-10 pm in the Main Gym!
  • A hilarious male beauty pageant where seniors compete and represent their different sports and clubs.
  • All while raising money for local non profits and Poudre Theatre!
  • *Limited tickets available during lunch in flag hallway - $10 each*
Thursday, April 8

SPIRIT DAY- 1920’s vs. 2020’s! 

Choose your century! Dress as if you’re from either the 1920s or the 2020s! Or, combine the two!

EVENT - Grab and Go Food Day! 

We will have cookies for you to take home after school!

Get them at the Main Entrance or Commons 


Friday, April 9

SPIRIT DAY - Plain White T-Shirt!

Wear white clothes that can get colorful while doing chalk art at lunch! Then return to 3rd period covered in colors!

EVENTS - Chalk Party!! 

During lunch - main entrance 

All chalk provided!

Friday Night Restaurant Fundraiser!  Fort Collins Donut Company (FoCo DoCo)

From 7am to 7pm 50% of ALL proceeds go to PHS!

234 N. College Ave (The Exchange in North Old Town)

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