K-8 students asked to show their colors at Morristown football game, Oct. 19

Morristown High cheerleaders practice for home opener on new synthetic turf and track. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Students from grades K-8 across the Morris School District are being invited to show their school colors at Saturday’s Morristown High School football game.

School spirit will be on display Saturday, when Morristown High cheerleaders will welcome K-8 students from the Morris District to the Morristown-Randolph football game. File photo by Kevin Coughlin

The council of Home School Associations says the children will have free admission, and they can run onto the field at halftime of the Morristown-Randolph game.

They also will get a free t-shirt, reports the Morristown High School Football Boosters.

It’s part of an effort to promote unity  that includes creation of a banner showing logos and colors of all schools within the district, which serves pupils from Morristown, Morris Township and Morris Plains.

The students should gather in the Alexander Hamilton School parking lot at 12:30 pm on Oct. 19, 2013. They will walk together to the game, which starts at 1 pm.  Admission for parents remains $3.



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