Brittany Perry (11) smiles for the camera in her Snow White costume for Red/White Week. Photo by Mesa Serikali
Mycala Baker (12) works on the computer dressed as Freddy Kruger in the movie Nightmare on Elm Street. Photo by Jackie Leachman
Whitney Campbell (11) poses for the camera dressed as a bumble bee. Photo by: Destony Curry
Nathaniel Smith (12) plays chess dressed as a “Chick Magnet” for Red/White Week. Photo by Jackie Leachman
For costume day during Red/White week, Helen Lu (12) and Jennifer Bui (12) both dressed up as popular characters from Studio Ghibli. Photo by Mai Nguyen.
Mitch Hook (12) dresses as a ketchup bottle for Red/White Week Photo by: Destony Curry
Robert Fischer (11) puts his Cher wig on to complete his outfit for Costume Day for Red/White Week. Photo by Julia Nguyen
Kylie Gray (11) and Kiara Gray (11) dress as the rapper 2 Chainz and each one of his chains for Costume Day for Red/White Week. Photo by Mesa Serikali
Molly Loehr (11) passes out newspapers around the school during Costume Day for Red/White Week. Photo by Mesa Serikali
Whitney Foster (12), dressed in an elaborate clown outfit especially for her last costume day, waited for the elevator. Photo by Mai Nguyen.
Before costume day officially started, students helped each other put finishing touches on their costumes. Photo by Mai Nguyen.
Aliyah Granger (12) poses for camera for Red/White week. Photo by: Destony Curry
Emily Divino (12) practices her ninja skills during class. Photo by Kelsi White
Showing of “chipmonk” costume, Zachary Brewer (12) waits for fellow classmates to understand his pun. Photo by Kelsi White
Danielle Crowe (12) and Amaris Kelsey (11) dressed as Wonka Nerds. Photo by: Destony Curry
Mrs. McKim reveals her gruesome zipper costume to her physics class during Costume Day. Photo by Kelsi White
Catherine Anderson(12) dresses as a pirate for Red/White Week. Photo by: Destony Curry
Jasmine Salahuddin (11) dresses as Rosie the Riviter for Costume day for Red/White Week. Photo by Mesa Serikali
Students pass time by playing chess during Costume Day for Red/White Week. Photo by Jackie Leachman
Landon Pantoja (12) combines his purple Telly-tubby costume with Ben Speelman’s (11) gorilla costume to create a strange amalgamation. Photo by Mai Nguyen.
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Elizabeth Wiseman (12) dressed as a LMPD for Costume Day for Red/White week arrests a student during lunch. Photo by Jackie Leachman
Students dress up for Costume Day, one of the themes through out Red/White Week. Red/White week is the week leading up to the annual Male/Manual Game on Friday. Costume day was the first day which allowed students to dress up to show their school spirit. Some people wore simple costumes such as fairies, and some got creative dressing up as “Smartie” pants by putting the “Smarties” candy on their pants. Many students, and even staff, come to school dressed as fun, creative, and crazy things.