Curtis builds student moral with annual Spirit Week

All week students celebrated different spirit days.

Jocelin Guzman

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Ah! Spirit Week, the time where you can show true Warrior pride! From Oct. 22nd to Oct. 26th, students followed a new theme every day throughout the week. On Monday, it was Pajama day, so all of the sleepyheads who are too lazy to change in the morning had a little bit  more time to sleep in. It continued on to Twin Day. Best friends and couples in Curtis wore similar outfits. Wednesday was Culture Day and students showed pride within their culture, wearing certain colors or attire. It was the perfect opportunity to showcase the diversity among Curtis students.

“You should be proud in representing where you come from and not be afraid of showing your pride to the school,” said Ailani Guaman.

On Thursday it was Color Day. Colors were assigned based on their year in school. Freshmen wore gray, sophomores wore yellow, juniors wore white and seniors wore pink, which was a tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness month. The week ended with Warrior Pride. What better way to complete Spirit Week than by wearing your Curtis Gear. The entire school, including faculty and staff got involved.  People wore shirts, jackets and other forms of attire to represent their pride. “It’s a way to have fun with my friends,” said  junior Cecilia Maldonado.

“It was the most participation that we have had in recent years, the only problem is that I ran out of candy!” said Mr. Cogan.

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