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Color day brightens up bare walls

Color day gave the student body another chance to show their school pride for the 2016 school year.

Senior Josh Nobles proves his pride by painting his graduating year on his face. Nobles dressed out for the week of homecoming on several occasions.

Sav Simpson, Opinions Editor

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Colors sweep the Ola Nation, as homecoming week, October 24-30, continues to bring spirit within the confinements of the school. “Color Day”, October 27, is a day in which each grade level is assigned a color by the Student Government Organization and the student decks out in the color to show the most school spirit.

This year, the seniors were the color purple, the juniors wore pink.  The sophomore created a sea of blue, and the freshmen brought up the end in red.

Many of the girls seen within the halls showed their school spirit wearing tutus and face paint. Many guys wore a t-shirt of his grade level color to slip into the pool of people who count as spirit points.

At the end of spirit week, the total number of participants from each grade will be added up to determine which class has the most school spirit.

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