Located on Van Brunt Field for the first time and under incredibly sunny skies, PAMKA was thrilled to host Cougar Pride Day on Saturday, May 6. With planning and organization expertly handled by co-chairs Elise Hubert and Lauren Fass, over 400 students, both current and new, attended the festivities along with parents, alumni, faculty, and staff and enjoyed a wonderful day of fun, food, and friends.
Students decked out in newly designed Cougar Pride Day t-shirts enjoyed inflatable rides, carnival games, tug of war, and relay races, and they even got to fly a drone! Several groups, including the Pep Band and the Eighth Grade Yearlong Dance Class, put on great performances. Families were encouraged to donate food and personal care items as part of a community engagement initiative to benefit Toni’s Kitchen, and they responded. Thanks to our generous community, PAMKA was able to donate over 200 items!
Cougar Pride Day is one of the few occasions during the year that offers all three campuses the opportunity to come together and celebrate our school spirit. To view more photos of the event, please visit mka.org/photogalleries.