Photo by John Fisken
Christopher Hoppock was among 60 members of the Senior Class Council at Oak Harbor High School who took part in whimsical “Chalk It Up” fun and decorated the school parking lot. The event provided a “simple, intentional moment” for the class to get together safety and school officials predict it could be the start of a new tradition.

Photo by John Fisken Christopher Hoppock was among 60 members of the Senior Class Council at Oak Harbor High School who took part in whimsical “Chalk It Up” fun and decorated the school parking lot. The event provided a “simple, intentional moment” for the class to get together safety and school officials predict it could be the start of a new tradition.

Chalking it up to one strange school year

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Photo by John Fisken. Christopher Hoppock was among 60 members of the Senior Class Council at Oak Harbor High School who took part in whimsical “Chalk It Up” fun and decorated the school parking lot. The event provided a “simple, intentional moment” for the class to get together safely and school officials predict it could be the start of a new tradition.

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