Faculty Competes in Volleyball Tournament

On November 13th, the faculty and staff for the Manchester-Essex School District came together to compete in several volleyball matches. This is the second year that this team bonding activity has been held.

 

Art teacher Tamera Burns volleys the ball to team Holly’s Got It. The team, Holly’s Got It, was announced to have best team name at the end of the night since they had actual t-shirts made for the event. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Art teacher Tamera Burns volleys the ball to team Holly’s Got It. The team, Holly’s Got It, was announced to have best team name at the end of the night since they had actual t-shirts made for the event. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Teams warm up before the tournament begins by volleying the ball over the net. Over fifty staff members signed up to compete in this event. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Team, That’s What She Set, stretches before the volleyball matches begin. Many teams wanted to achieve victory at the 2nd annual volleyball match after being defeated last year. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Green Team Director Eric Magers slams the ball across the net to Team 2. At the end of the night, no team was crowned the winner because nobody was keeping score. This way, each team had their own bragging rights. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Green Team Director Eric Magers slams the ball across the net to Team 2. At the end of the night, no team was crowned the winner because nobody was keeping score. This way, each team had their own bragging rights. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The team who won the best name, Holly’s Got It, came together in a group to discuss a game plan. Teams had such a fun time at the volleyball tournament that curriculum director Scott Morrison plans on creating a floor hockey tournament as well. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The team who won the best name, Holly’s Got It, came together in a group to discuss a game plan. Teams had such a fun time at the volleyball tournament that curriculum director Scott Morrison plans on creating a floor hockey tournament as well. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Scott Morrison organized the volleyball event for the faculty. He reads off the list of seven teams competing against one another for the night. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Scott Morrison organized the volleyball event for the faculty. He reads off the list of seven teams competing against one another for the night. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Memorial school head custodian Mike Mullarkey talks with Eric Magers before the beginning of the first match. Mullarkey’s team pulled through with best team spirit at the end of the night for their comical use for their arms, legs, and feet when returning volleys. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Memorial school head custodian Mike Mullarkey talks with Eric Magers before the beginning of the first match. Mullarkey’s team pulled through with best team spirit at the end of the night for their comical use for their arms, legs, and feet when returning volleys. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
After the hour and a half long tournament, all teams left a winner. Morrison plans on directing more faculty associated events in the future after this successful 2014 volleyball match. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
After the hour and a half long tournament, all teams left a winner. Morrison plans on directing more faculty associated events in the future after this successful 2014 volleyball match. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Teams warm up before the tournament begins by volleying the ball over the net. Over fifty staff members signed up to compete in this event. Credit: Courtney Fraser for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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