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We Want To Hear Your Best State Patty’s Day Stories

Folks, it’s time to get out all your green gear and have some craic (fun)! State Patty’s Day has finally arrived, and with a day off from school, the student-created holiday is sure to be a memorable send-off into the last week before spring break.

Given the shenanigans this holiday inspires every year, we want to hear your fun, unbelievable, or maybe even embarrassing State Patty’s stories. Crime has significantly fallen since peaking in 2011, but we’re sure you’ve got some memorable stories racked up.

Fill out the Google Form below with your favorite State Patty’s story. If it’s entertaining enough, you might just get featured on Onward State!

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