The ghosts of George Orwell's pigs have been roaming the campus hallways since the 2000 school year.
And while national anthems are routinely sung, chanted and hummed throughout the world, a classic song echoes through this high school's classrooms each April after a week of practice in Greg Stobbe's English room.
This spring is no different.
Be prepared to host a gaggle of cows, turkeys, pigs, dogs, sheep and an array of other animals as the chorus of riled up tenderfoots weave their way through both expectant and surprised rows, May 8. And if listeners dare, sing along with the greenhorn choristers during period 4.
But expect nothing less than organized propaganda.
Thanks to Mikayla Messer and her well-placed computer for this sneak preview.