|What Is A Mascot?|
The dictionary definition of the term 'mascot' is: an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck.
What Does A Mascot Do?
The mascot of a school is not only part of the cheerleadering squad, but also part of the team itself. It's job is to pump up the crowd and get them interested in what's going on, even if that means making a fool of themselves.
Why Do Schools Have Mascots?
No school needs a mascot, and some don't have them. Other schools will pay for the costume and hope it gets filled. Some booster clubs even pay for theirs. But the reason why we have them is simple: to boost school spirit and make people smile.
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