Words: Meghan Moore
As Spirit Week comes to a close, Centennial students break out their red, white, blue, and black for Color Day.
On Friday October 9, the 2015 Spirit Week concluded with all grades showing their school spirit by wearing their class colors. The day gives both under and upperclassmen a chance to show their pride not just for the school but for their graduation year.
Unlike other spirit days which can be voted on by the students, Color Day stands as the final day and is the most popular among the students and staff.
“It is the best out of all the spirit days,” commented sophomore Leah Bicknell.
Freshmen wore black or grey, sophomores sported blue, juniors wore white, and the seniors represented red. Students wore a variety of funky outfits to show their pride like tutus, tights, boas, glasses, and face paint.
By the end of the day hallways were littered with fallen feathers of black, blue, white, and red boas.
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