'Anything But A Backpack' Day Takes High Schools By Storm
Microwaves, baby carriages, wagons and cereal boxes are some of the carriers taking the place of backpacks and hand bags on 'Anything but a Backpack Day.' Students all over the United States are showing off their school spirit by bringing anything but backpacks to store their supplies throughout the month of October. Students are coming back to in-person classes for the first time in awhile and schools are letting their students get creative in order to reignite the school spirit. The rules are that students must come to class carrying everything they need in anything but a normal backpack. Teenagers are often the most clever and they've proven themselves once again. Check out these fun and wacky alternatives to backpacks.