The second day of Spirit Week was probably the most culturally diverse of the entire week.
This day’s theme called for students to dress up according an assigned era. The assignments were:
7th Grade: Roman
8th Grade: Western
9th Grade: The Great Depression
10th Grade: Futuristic
11th Grade: Egypt
12th Grade: Pirates
[one_half_last]Seventh grader Breeann Yap is dressed in a Roman Era costume. Her classmate Julia Oliveira cheers her on in a Minute to Win It game.[/one_half_last]
[one_half_last]Eighth grade girls show off their Western Era costumes during the assembly.[/one_half_last]
[two_third_last]Freshman Mackenzie Cammack sports a Great Depression costume as she takes part in one of the Minute To Win It games during Tuesday’s assembly.[/two_third_last]
[two_third_last]Sophomore Tanner Miyoi, wearing a home-made Futuristic costume, had to empty a tissue box under a minute using only one hand.[/two_third_last]
[two_third_last]Junior Andrew Mettias dressed up in a full Pharoah costume. His class was assigned the Egyptian era. To make things even more appropriate, Mettias also happens to be part Egyptian.[/two_third_last]
[one_half_last](Left to right) Seniors Joslyn Hamada, Henry Jin and Ryan Mickelsen get ready to make their assembly entrance as pirates with the senior class.[/one_half_last]
You can be featured in an upcoming Featured Costumes post too! Just come in your best attire and maybe you’ll be spotted!
Upcoming dress up day (Wednesday January 8): Hip-Hop/Diva Day