Dress to express

Students break out their creative costume ideas for homecoming week.

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Dress to express

Gavin Stodden, Mitchell Mcmanus, Mikko Heinsao, Preston Heckmann, Saundra Stodden, Jada Krinke, and Lindsey Miest dress up for Beach Day.

Gavin Stodden, Mitchell Mcmanus, Mikko Heinsao, Preston Heckmann, Saundra Stodden, Jada Krinke, and Lindsey Miest dress up for Beach Day.

Ellie Stodden

Gavin Stodden, Mitchell Mcmanus, Mikko Heinsao, Preston Heckmann, Saundra Stodden, Jada Krinke, and Lindsey Miest dress up for Beach Day.

Ellie Stodden

Ellie Stodden

Gavin Stodden, Mitchell Mcmanus, Mikko Heinsao, Preston Heckmann, Saundra Stodden, Jada Krinke, and Lindsey Miest dress up for Beach Day.

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The first month of school had been a stress-filled four weeks, but on September 30th, students began looking forward to five days packed full of homecoming fun. One thing that all kids look forward to are the creative dress up days that add to the excitement. To kick off homecoming week, Monday was Country Day, which meant the halls were a sea of flannel paired with the classic cowboy boots. To brighten up the chilling weather of October, Tuesday was Beach Day, Wednesday was Denim vs. Groutfit, followed by Throwback Thursday, and Friday was, of course, Bomber Spirit Day. The excitement that these fun dress up days provided will result in an unforgettable homecoming.

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