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LHS Color Wars and Spirit Week will take place March 7-11

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Liberty High School’s annual clash of the classes will begin on Monday, March 7. Students will earn points for their respective graduating class by dressing up for the following Spirit Days:

Monday, March 7: Mix-Match Day
Mix up your clothes! Wear colors that don’t match, two different shoes, different patterns, mix formal-wear with casual—the crazier the better!

Tuesday, March 8: Twin Day
Grab a friend and dress alike! Just because you’re both wearing jeans doesn’t make you a twin—how matchy-matchy can you get?!

Wednesday, March 9: Hippie Day
Show your inner peace and love and pull out your tie-dye! The more flowers and peace, the better!

Thursday, March 10: Pajama Day
Have you always wanted to wear your onesie to school? Now is your chance! Please respect the dress code rules listed below.

Friday, March 11: Class Color Day
Freshmen will make up the blue class; sophomores will make up the green class, juniors will make up the orange class and seniors will make up the purple class. Faculty and staff will wear pink.

On Thursday, March 10, students can stay after school to decorate the halls. For more information, please see a Student Council representative.

Official Rules:

Gain points for color wars
Each morning in homeroom, teachers will tally up the amount of students participating on each grade level. In order to count toward your class total, students must be in homeroom. Homeroom teachers have final say in whether an outfit is appropriate and meets participation requirements.

Keep all outfits appropriate.
All outfits must adhere to the Liberty High School dress code which can be found in the student agenda.  Pajamas and onesies must cover a student's chest, midriff, groin and buttocks. Pajamas should not be revealing and must be kept closed, zippered, buttoned, etc. Slippers are not allowed. Regular clothing must be worn underneath onesies.

 

For a full list of rules, please refer to to the student agenda or ask a teacher.

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