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Spring Spirit Week Events Announced!

Week ends with free dress day
Enjoy Spring Spirit Week!

Spring means the beginning of blossoming new things, which in terms of MITA means the blooming of new themes to follow for spirit week.

Next week starting Monday, March 18th to Friday, March 22, the Spring Spirit Week will be placed into effect and available for anyone on campus to participate in. It will span over the course of a week and will coincide with the fact that this is the last week we have in school before Spring Break commences. 

Starting off Monday cozy with the first theme being Pajama Day. Although you are in pj’s and you might feel a little closer to home, it is advised you try your best not to fall asleep during class.

Crawling into Tuesday’s theme straight after with Kindergarten Day/Dress like a little kid Day. Dress as a younger you, but leave the diaper at home.

Things about going gray for Wednesday’s theme with Senior Center Day. Have your Life Alert and pudding on the ready.

Thursday’s theme is getting colorful with Class Color day. 6th graders are instructed to wear Purple, 7th graders are instructed to wear Burgundy (dark red), and 8th graders will be wearing Pink.

And ending off Friday with a classic among the student body with Free Dress Day. Dress in whatever you want to wear, pretty self explanatory.

The Dress Code will still applies to every theme on this list which means no No PJ bottoms or PJ onesie (excluding Monday), no Crocs, slip-ons, or sandals, no writing, pictures or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane or sexually suggestive, bearing drug, alcohol, or tobacco company advertising promotions and likenesses, or which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice, no see-through or fish-net fabrics, halter tops, off-the-shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh. 


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