“What’s in David’s Hair?” is a weekly contest held by the McNicholas Milestone, released on the first day of each school week. Each week, clues will be announced as to what item is “tucked” in the hair of Milestone reporter David Waterman, and students will submit their guess via email to Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Wynn by noon on the last day of that school week. Please only one submission per student. All correct submissions will be eligible to win, but only one of the correct submissions will be randomly chosen as the winner and will receive something “sweet” as a prize. Each release of “What’s in David’s Hair?” will include the winner of the prior week’s contest, a video reveal of the answer to the prior week’s contest, and the clues for that week’s contest. Only current students and faculty/staff of McNicholas High School are eligible.
Last week’s winner
Congratulations to Abby Hay for winning last week’s first contest! Lauren Steinkuhl won the second set!
Last week’s answer
What can be found in bathroom, comes in many different “breeds,” and is actualy made of plastic despite it’s name? It’s a rubber duck!
What item has a tongue and “soul,” can’t walk, but gets around, and is about the size of your foot? It’s a shoe!
This week’s clues
- This item requires batteries.
- This item is about the size of a water bottle.
- This item is used to improve your vision.
Students and faculty/staff should email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.