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Homecoming Dress Up Days

Caroline McLoughlin

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Day One: Hawaiian Day

Homecoming week is now in full swing with all the hallways being decorated last Friday. Monday’s theme was Hawaiian day for the High Schoolers. Many students showed up in their hawaiian shirts, khaki pants, and leis. New english teacher, Ms. Bruce, Sophomore, Sarah Jannings, and Freshman, Anna Jannings even ended up wearing the same shirt.  Not many people came in their normal school uniforms, displaying a load of school spirit to start off the eventful week.

 

Day Two: Denim Day

Tuesday brought about a load of denim in the high school. With teachers and students alike, dressing from head to toe in jean pants and jean jackets. As for the middle school, their theme for Tuesday was twin day and for every one middle schooler seen there for sure was a matching one to follow. The day was very successful in its denimness.

 

Day Three: Mass

There is not much to say about Wednesday’s dress up day, because it was not a dress up day. All of the students, middle and high school, wore their respective Mass uniforms. Something the middle school did that the high schoolers did not participate in though, was accessory day and the middle schoolers were embellished in hats, necklaces and earrings

 

Day Four: Theme Day

Warped back in time, LMC’s middle school and high school dressed for the decades. Freshmen had the 60’s, Sophomore’s had the 90’s, Junior’s had the 70’s, and the Senior’s had the 80’s. In the middle school, the 6th graders had 60’s, 7th graders had the 50’s, and the 8th grade had the 80’s. Almost everyone in the school was dressed in their respective decade’s clothing, showcasing some great school spirit.

 

Day Five: Extreme Spirit Day

Friday brought about a ton of school spirit, a pep rally, and of course the homecoming game. Many students donned LMC’s blue, gold, and white colors in their clothing. Others had blue in their hair, or even painted on their face. The amount of school spirit truly amped up the entire student body, faculty, and staff for the highly anticipated homecoming game, so as always, go Lakers.

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