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What does Ola want to be when we grow up?

Spirit Week's middle child, "What do you want to be when you grow up?", made it's debut. This day allows our school to demonstrate our goals and plans for the future.

Ellie Chandler, Staff Writer

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“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Is Ola’s newest theme for spirit week. This day encourages students to dress for potential careers or lack thereof.

Students and teachers dressed up as characters, celebrities, role models or a play on words. Some students even dressed as staff members at the school, like Ericka Hubler who dressed as English teacher, Valerie Withers.

This day has had serious participants (nurse, lawyer, athlete), but has also had jokes, such as “homeless”, “dead” and other unfortunate pastimes.

Carlos Gutierrez, senior, was "a legal US citizen for the day. Gutierrez used the opportunity to joke about stereotypes.

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What does Ola want to be when we grow up?