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Students say “No” to Bullying by Showing School Spirit

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Savannah Martin, sophomore, wears her Richards crew neck. Students and staff can partake in spirit week.

Savannah Martin, sophomore, wears her Richards crew neck. Students and staff can partake in spirit week.

Savannah Martin, sophomore, wears her Richards crew neck. Students and staff can partake in spirit week.

David Becius, Staff Writer

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Briar Fox, sophomore, wearing her windbreaker.

Rebecca Martin, junior, wears her hoodie and sweatpants.

Sara Dallash, sophomore, wears her crew neck.

Students said no to bullying by uniting together and showing school spirit with Richards gear Thursday, Feb. 8.

One of these students was Briar Fox, sophomore, and she likes to show school spirit by wearing her swim windbreaker.

“I like wearing my windbreaker because it keeps me warm throughout the day because this school can get a little cold, but also that I am showing school spirit,” said Fox.

Fox isn’t the only one who is participating in school spirit week.

“I wore my yellow hoodie, and comfy sweat pants that also show school spirit. I like that I can partake in spirit week in sweat pants and hoodies because they are very comfortable to wear,” said Rebecca Martin, junior.

Other students like to get stylish with spirit week.

“I wore my beanie in the morning with my grey crew neck because I felt very stylish, and the beanie just gives off the whole look. However, I had to take off my beanie because of the school dress code, sadly,” said Sara Dallash, sophomore.

Not only is spirit week exciting for students, but it also brings the school together as one big community.

“I like spirit week because it’s exciting to see almost every student participate in this, and I feel like we are one big family,” said Savannah Martin, sophomore.

Spirit Week finally kicks off with act of kindness on Friday.

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