Students celebrate spirit week with Destination Day

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Students celebrate spirit week with Destination Day

Freshmen Sebastian Wolfe,  Clayton Yewell and Clayton Gist work on a project in Physical Science class. The three celebrated Destination Day by wearing country apparel.

Freshmen Sebastian Wolfe, Clayton Yewell and Clayton Gist work on a project in Physical Science class. The three celebrated Destination Day by wearing country apparel.

Ileana Rosario

Freshmen Sebastian Wolfe, Clayton Yewell and Clayton Gist work on a project in Physical Science class. The three celebrated Destination Day by wearing country apparel.

Ileana Rosario

Ileana Rosario

Freshmen Sebastian Wolfe, Clayton Yewell and Clayton Gist work on a project in Physical Science class. The three celebrated Destination Day by wearing country apparel.

Story by Ileana Rosario, Reporter

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Today is Destination Day and people dressed up as if they went to a vacation place. This year’s theme is Road Trip and each class will be given points for participation.

“I like the theme because everyone gets to do something different for Destination Day,” sophomore Ashley Green said.

As of yesterday, the freshman were winning with 550 points. The seniors are in second place with 525 points. Then the juniors with 420 points and the sophomores in last place with 412 points. Senior Shamara Luarks only participated in Class Color Day and Stoplight Day.

“I did not have anything to wear for Destination Day because it is more materialistic compared to Class Color Day,” she said.

Today, freshman dressed like Texans or rednecks, sophomores as people from New Yorkers or preppy, juniors as people from Coloradans or hiking wear and seniors as people from Hawaiians or beachwear.

”I liked Stoplight day the best because you know if everyone is taken or single,” freshman London Lindell said.

The last day of spirit week will be Indian Pride Day. People will wear all of their Fort Osage spirit wear. There will be an assembly at the end of the school day, followed by a Boys Varsity Basketball game at 7 p.m. against North Kansas City. The Courtwarming dance will be on Sat., Jan. 27. You can buy tickets every day at lunch for $7.

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