Ola Shows Its True Age

On the 2nd day of October, students were able to dress up either as an elder or as a young student to show their Ola pride.

Sav Simpson, staff writer

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On the 2nd day of October, students were able to dress up either as an elder or as a young student to show their Ola pride.
The spirits of old have been seen with gray hair, canes, and walkers for support. They mosey though the halls trying to make their way to class, slowly but surely.
On the other hand, the youngsters are zooming through the halls on their scooters and different assortment of wheels. Most of the kid population took advantage of the spirit day and wore pajamas to have a flash back of the days they wore a “onesie” to sleep in.
As of today, the seniors are in the lead for most school spirit but in second place is the freshman class making a huge comeback.

Tomorrow is the last spirit day of the 2014-2015 school year; therefore, show  school pride and deck out in Green and Gold to cheer on the Homecoming court, parade, and the pep rally.