Pink-out to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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  • Ms. Rose Ahmann, business education, wears pink on Friday at school.

  • Staff support breast cancer awareness with their pink t-shirts, each of which donated five dollars to research.

  • Noah Baker, senior, works at the wheel wearing a breast cancer awareness hat.

  • Isaac Johnson, senior, and Mr. Jesse Theirl, business education, work together during ProPEL class.

  • Students in pink paint their handwork in ceramics class.

  • Eric Plaunt, junior, works on his Chromebook during AP Calculus.

  • A mural and race bibs hang in the South wing in memory of Tracy Wright-Sperling, former Hopkins teacher.

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Claire Benton, Digital Editor-in-Chief

From the upper reach of the Lindbergh Center, all the way to the corners of each West and South wings, one thing remained constant today: the color pink.

Students and staff alike wore the color pink in school today in honor of the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All week, pink Hopkins Royals shirts were on sale in the School Store and Spirit Shop for ten dollars, five of which was donated to cancer research.

At the home football game tonight, the student section continued the pink-out into their spirit as they cheer on the Royals against the Minnetonka Skippers.

For more information on breast cancer and how you can help, visit the website of the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Breast Cancer Awareness Month will continue until the end of October.