Day 3 preview: Spirit Week to brighten up with color day tomorrow

Becca Raffel, Author

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Seniors dressed in togas cheer on their classmates on the second day of Spirit Week at lunch on the football field. Photo by Jared Schwartz.

After a day filled with togas, beach attire, cowboy hats and athletic gear, Spirit Week is in full swing. Students can look forward to color day tomorrow, which presents yet another opportunity for each grade to attempt to dominate the school.

The grades will dress up in their class colors:

  •           Freshmen will wear orange.
  •           Sophomores will wear red.
  •           Juniors will wear yellow.
  •           Seniors will wear green.

Tomorrow’s rally will take place at lunch on the Quad and will feature a relay race and the daily best-dressed competition between the grades.

The relay race will include three boys and three girls from each grade. They will have to complete a series of tasks including wheelbarrow racing and running with an egg on a spoon.

The winner of the relay race will earn 400 points and the winner of the best dressed competition will earn 200 points.

As of today, the seniors have overtaken the juniors and currently lead with an overall total of 1,475 points, followed by the juniors with 1,195, the freshmen with 1,140, and the sophomores trailing with 525 points.

For a recap of today (salad dressing day), click here. A recap of Monday can be found here.

Be sure to check The Paly Voice for all things Spirit Week!