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Who's got spirit? These Falcons do

Students were given different dress-up themes Wednesday, depending on their class. Seniors, such as Sienna Schall and Carrin McErlane, at left, continued a long tradition of wearing togas on class day. The outfits were worn all day, even during Tom Kramer’s Contemporary World Issues class as pictured above. Below, junior Kale Reichersamer slowly makes his way to class on grandparents day.  - Photos courtesy of Kyle Simchuk and Kelly Reichersamer
Students were given different dress-up themes Wednesday, depending on their class. Seniors, such as Sienna Schall and Carrin McErlane, at left, continued a long tradition of wearing togas on class day. The outfits were worn all day, even during Tom Kramer’s Contemporary World Issues class as pictured above. Below, junior Kale Reichersamer slowly makes his way to class on grandparents day.
— image credit: Photos courtesy of Kyle Simchuk and Kelly Reichersamer

A group of South Whidbey High School seniors took their class a little literally this week.

As part of homecoming week, students were allowed to participate in dress-up days, such as grandparent day Thursday.

The not-so-elderly South Whidbey seniors are, from left, Sylvie Kaul-Anderson, Kyle Simchuk, Lillianna Stelling, Elli Madsen, Taylor Simmons, Caitlin Christensen, Connor McCauley, Lennox Bishop, Guy Sparkman, Hannah Calderwood and Chase Collins.

Students were given different dress-up themes Wednesday, depending on their class. Seniors, such as Sienna Schall and Carrin McErlane, at left, continued a long tradition of wearing togas on class day.

The outfits were worn all day, even during Tom Kramer’s Contemporary World Issues class as pictured above. Below, junior Kale Reichersamer slowly makes his way to class on grandparents day.

 

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