Last week at Perrysburg High School was certainly spirited, with students and teachers alike dressing up to show of their school pride.
Monday’s theme was “Decade Day,” in which students could dress from the decade of their choice. Many eras were represented, including 1960s hippies and a prehistoric T-Rex.
Tuesday was “Location Day,” where each grade level was assigned to dress from iconic locations like Alaska and Texas.
Wednesday was “Character Day,” which was no challenge for Perrysburg High School. Students and staff enjoyed dressing like their favorite characters, real and imagined.
Thursday, as tradition dictates, was “Generation Day,” where freshmen dress as babies, sophomores dress as parents, juniors dress like like the elderly, and seniors where the infamous togas.
Friday, like always, was “Spirit Day” where the whole school sported their black and gold.
Enjoy photos from the great week below.
“This has been one of the best spirit weeks in memory,” posted Pride Club advisor Ron Degregorio on Schoology.
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