Carlmont Scots show pride during school spirit days

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Carlmont Scots show pride during school spirit days

Students who are wearing white enjoy eating lunch in the sun.

Students who are wearing white enjoy eating lunch in the sun.

Students who are wearing white enjoy eating lunch in the sun.

Students who are wearing white enjoy eating lunch in the sun.


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This Friday, Carlmont’s hallways will be lined with students dressed all in white.

These “white out” days are when spirited students dress in white to show their school spirit.

Some students feel these days are a good way of promoting spirit, such as junior Jason Ho, who said, “The school spirit days are a good way to get students more spirited and involved in the school.”

Junior class president Luke Li stated, “Spirit days are a lot of fun! Dressing up and watching other people dress up and show spirit is really exciting.”

Conversely, junior Shawna McDonough commented, “The school spirit days are not very fun because most people do not participate.”

Although some students do not share the same excitement, during these plentiful special days, ASB leaders advocate wearing different colors throughout the year in order to promote school spirit and unity.

Spirit days are created by Kimberly Bean and Alenna Winfield, the spirit commissioners in ASB.

Li further explained, “The spirit commission usually decides the spirit days, but they ask everyone in ASB for suggestions.”

This school year there have been many spirit days, including wearing both white for spirit and green in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day.

Carlmont also has an entire week dedicated to school spirit – the week leading up to Homecoming. Every day of this week has a different theme, leading up to Homecoming, the ultimate spirit day.

While many students enjoy the spirited expression, others are not as enthused about the upcoming spirit day.

Shannon Chang | Scot Scoop News

 

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