The Brief: Just like if a student was attending class, #VirtualSpiritWeek is an online community of teachers and students who are boosting each other's spirits up by dressing in theme each day of the school week.
In an effort to make online learning more fun during quarantine, teachers and students are gearing up for #VirtualSpiritWeek to create a strong sense of community.
On Monday, many social media users dressed up in costume to reflect the hashtag that is intended to boost morale for these ongoing weeks of virtual schooling. Students and teachers on Twitter began dressing as a character or theme that they believe best suited their school spirit. In times of social distancing, online communities are finding innovative ways to tighten relationships, even more, to spread positivity within a period of self-isolation.
— Ms. Williford (@RWilliford206) March 24, 2020
— Clemens High School (@SamuelClemensHS) March 24, 2020
— Jennifer Calvo (@jenni4calvo) March 24, 2020
🚨VIRTUAL SPIRIT WEEK ALERT🚨⭐️NEXT WEEK: March 30-April 3⭐️ Post your photos next week with #PHStrong AND tag @Mrs_Hartman_PH to be entered to win!! Winners will be contacted for lunch orders after drawings! #PHStrong #VirtualSpiritWeek pic.twitter.com/TpJCHSqVIU
— Mrs. Hartman (@Mrs_Hartman_PH) March 24, 2020
— Mr.G (@PrincipalGabby) March 24, 2020
On Tuesday, parents, children, and even teachers prepared for TikTok Tuesday which highlights adults attempting to learn the emerging social media platform through recorded dances.
@only1chelaWoohoo my 1st TikTok ##virtualspiritweek♬ Savage – Megan Thee Stallion