On September 10th, G.C. Hartman Elementary students and staff demonstrated their school spirit by participating in "Wacky Wednesday."  Participants had fun wearing colorful outfits and mismatched or backwards clothing while engaging in the day's regular activities and classroom lessons. Elementary Guidance Counselor Eric Deeter stated a goal of Wacky Wednesday is to "show that G.C. Hartman is a wonderful place to learn, have fun and to just be yourself!"
 
 
Pictured above with G.C. Hartman Elementary Principal, Mr. John Fetterman, are (from left): Grace Jones, Courtney Zebraitis, Kadence Rhone, Alaina Beers, Audrey Bodnar, Nola Chapman, Gracie Keller, Audrey Reuter, Tehya Gass, Parker Guinther, Travis Stoker, Siena Rovito, and Ava Rosko.
 
 

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