Read on for all the details of Fall Fest from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27. Plus, sign up for your slot to race Mario Kart during this school-wide festival.
By Anna Cramer, USNA Co-President Elect
Who? The entire USN community
When? Friday, Sept. 27 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Where? The backfield at USN for games and food, Gordon Multipurpose
Room for Mario Kart, and the Cheek Gym for Fall Book Frenzy.
Race in a Mario Kart competition by signing up in advance. New this year is the Mario Kart Competition in the Gordon Multipurpose Room, organized by Lower School Technology Specialist Mark Littlefield. These slots are first come, first served. So, click here now and reserve your student’s spot.
Listen to the Middle School African Drum Group at 5 p.m. and an encore performance at 6 p.m.
Shop for books at the Fall Book Frenzy in the Cheek Gym, and have your picture taken in the photo booth.
Play an assortment of carnival games, jump on two bounce houses, sing at the karaoke booth, and get your nails or face painted all on the backfield.
Visit the USN Bookstore, open late that night.
Check out the Artclectic booth. Seniors and parents can register to vote at the League of Women Voters table nearby.
Join the High School Varsity boys’ basketball team in donating Pedialyte to an Edgehill food bank.
What's to eat?
Come and see the Dads' Alliance in action. Its fine-tuned assembly line will deliver hamburgers, hotdogs, South African hot chicken, tandoori chicken, and vegetarian options straight from the grill. Domino’s Pizza and a variety of salads from SAGE also will be available.
For the best deal in town grab a combo: hamburger/hotdog, chips, and drink for $5.
For treats, we will have the Ivory Cotton Candy Co., Kona Ice Truck, the baseball team's bake sale, paletas, free popcorn and more.
The 10th Grade Student Council will sell an assortment of favorite soda floats. Yum!
Make sure to bring some cash (aka real dollar bills and coins) for your purchases.
It’s not too late to join in on the fun and help.
Join the Dad’s Alliance Grillin’ Extravaganza here.
In addition to a team of seventh graders finishing second, Preston ’29 earned a coveted spot at the 2020 Nashville City Championship. He and Reese ’30 finished sixth in the primary division, and Kunaal ’21 tied for fourth overall in the High School Division.