Federal Way High School’s big Eagles visit Adelaide Elementary’s little Eagles | Slideshow

Federal Way High School’s boys basketball team celebrated another successful season by visiting Debbie Salisbury’s kindergarten class on Wednesday, March 9 at Adelaide Elementary School.

  • Wednesday, March 16, 2016 2:18pm
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The Federal Way High School boys basketball team reads 'The Cat in the Hat Comes Back' to a kindergarten class at Adelaide Elementary.

The Federal Way High School boys basketball team reads 'The Cat in the Hat Comes Back' to a kindergarten class at Adelaide Elementary.

Federal Way High School’s boys basketball team celebrated another successful season by visiting Debbie Salisbury’s kindergarten class on Wednesday, March 9 at Adelaide Elementary School.

The high school students read a Dr. Seuss book, shared cupcakes, answered questions about themselves, spent some time on the basketball court, took photos and showed off their dance moves with the youngsters.

The kindergarteners were awestruck as Ferron Flavors listed off his basketball trophies he’d won and told them how he made a million shots. Meanwhile, Christian Jones never found out who ate his cupcake.

One kindergartner told the team he knew they won the state championship “because they believed in themselves.”

Photos by Terrence Hill, the Mirror




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