Life in the Spotlight

Life in the Spotlight

Elaina Weber, Features Editor

It’s that time again for Spirit Week! Here’s a review of what you heard at class meetings, along with some tips for how to dress your best for this year’s theme, Life in the Spotlight. Remember, jeans and sweats are allowed on all days except Friday, “It’s a Photo Shoot” day.

Monday: Music Makes the World Go Round

Seniors: Disco

Juniors: Rock ‘n’ Roll

Sophomores: Country

Frosh: Jazz

Tuesday: Newsworthy Faces

Seniors: Royalty

Juniors: Athletes

Sophomores: Local Heroes

Frosh: Mad Scientists

Wednesday: Midnight Premiere

Seniors: The Superhero Movie

Juniors: Harry Potter

Sophomores: Classic Disney

Frosh: March of the Penguins

Thursday: Field Day

SENIOR SAFARI: Black, zebra print, hot pink

Juniors: Neon orange

Sophomores: Purple

Frosh: Maroon

Friday: It’s a Photo Shoot!

All classes: Dress up day

Tips for Seniors

Disco: Grab a pair of sparkly leggings, throw on a giant t-shirt and big shades, and toss that boom box over your shoulder. Don’t forget your oversized kicks!

Royalty: Think Disney princess! Or class it up with a Kate Middleton-style dress and a pair of pumps.  Bravo!

The Superhero Movie: Capes, masks, and lots of spandex… Be original! Think of Flash, Green Lantern, and Wolverine.

Tips for Juniors

Rock ‘n’ Roll: Attack your wardrobe with a pair of scissors!  Add some biker gloves, loads of black eye makeup, and a cool leather jacket.

Athletes: Go with the classic eye-blacked football player, the half-calved lax bro, or the peppy cheerleader.  Go team.

Harry Potter: Grab your wand, cape, and broom, and think magic.

Tips for Sophomores

Country: Boots, hat, and flannel; you know the drill.  You can also try spicing it up with a white, lacey dress for a Taylor Swift look.

Local Heroes: Rock jeans and a cut off t-shirt with your fire hat, pull out the old (appropriate) police officer Halloween costume and handcuffs, or wear scrubs and a stethoscope.

Classic Disney: Grab some ears and dress as Minnie Mouse or her boy Mickey, or wear a collar and come as their pal Pluto.

Tips for Frosh

Jazz: Think classy.  Dress in your brother’s suit, put on a face moustache, or carry your recorder from elementary school.

Mad Scientists: Put your hair in a messy bun the night before so it’s wild the day of, grab some crazy goggles, and wear your longest white jacket.

March of the Penguins: Own a tuxedo t-shirt?  Wear it!  If not, rock as much black and white as you own and ask your dad for his old bow tie.  Good luck with this one, frosh!