Alyssa Aiuto, Cameron Erickson
and Evelyn Choy show their junior
class spirit. Courier Photo
Students dressed up as executives, superheroes and more Thursday as Spirit Week moved toward its climax with this afternoon's rally, the Homecoming Game against JFK High School, and the Homecoming Dance.
Thursday was “CEO Day” for seniors; “Plaid Day” for juniors; “Pajama Day” for sophomores; and “Superhero Day” for freshmen.
The Class of ’08 got businesslike for “CEO Day.” Seniors dressed in pinstriped suits and pencil skirts strutted from class to class. Some went the whole nine yards and carried briefcases in place of backpacks. Senior Rickey Gonzalez was ready for the’s theme, even though he missed other theme days. “I didn’t even know about Spirit Week until Thursday,” he said chuckling “It’s cool, though, I’ve got a lot of suits.”
Senior Ricky Gonzalez in his
executive attire. Courier Photo
Sophomores were more than happy to come to school in their pj’s, since it was “Pajama Day.” Wearing their jammies, and dragging their blankies, Class of ’10 proudly displayed their school spirit. Dressed in their sleeping gear, Zacara Duncan and Teaerra Webb dreamt of Spirit Weeks of the past. “Last year’s spirit days were better,” said Webb.
Duncan agreed, and added, “”Rockstar Day” was the best, but today’s cool, too.”
Freshman Aundrea Hamby
shows super spirit.
“It’s okay. The Freshman days weren’t that great.” Aundrea Hamby said half-heartedly.
Many teachers donned Hawaiian shirts to display their school spirit.