Gallery of the Day: Department Heads battle in “Teen Slang Trivia”

The department chairs gathered in front of the upper school for the first ever Department Head Teen Slang Battle. Upper schoolers were joined by middle schoolers, who were visiting as part of their "Moving Up Day."

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Gallery of the Day: Department Heads battle in “Teen Slang Trivia”

Mr. Revard attempts to explain the meaning of the slang term

Mr. Revard attempts to explain the meaning of the slang term "shook."

Josh Class

Mr. Revard attempts to explain the meaning of the slang term "shook."

Josh Class

Josh Class

Mr. Revard attempts to explain the meaning of the slang term "shook."

Josh Class, Staff Writer

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  • The Upper School gathered in the commons during assembly time to watch the department heads compete in a "Teen Slang Trivia."

  • Mr. Revard attempts to explain the meaning of the slang term "shook."

  • Mr. Whelan confidently defines "gas" (a word synonymous to "amazing").

  • The department heads face the Student Council President Ashleigh Rodhouse, who delivered the questions.

  • The phrase "spilling the tea" trips up Ms. Johnson and and even many in the audience.

  • Mrs. Springstead struggles with the rare "on fleek," a code word for "on point."

  • Mr. Moore expertly uses "bet" in a sentence and the crowd went wild.

  • Dr. Ward showed a deeper knowledge of the word "yeet" by using it in a fully formed sentence.

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