The school had several people in the stands taking pictures and one "eye in the sky" to make sure the event is preserved for history. Students say this is one of several events scheduled this week as a reward for good scores on the K-Preps Test.
"We've had a really fun week with a bunch of activities," said Junior Summer Adams, "and we had movies one day, and Karoke Day in the cafeteria, and this is a really good ending before fall break."
Henderson County received its test scores several weeks ago. The scores showed significant improvement.