Senior Week Themes 2018 - May 14 - 18
Monday: “Senior Citizen Day” — Dress up like your grandparents! This would include: long flower-print dresses, pants that are pulled up too high, suspenders, big glasses, grey or silver hair (no wigs). No canes or walkers may be brought to school. No jeans!
Tuesday: “College Day” — To celebrate our upcoming graduation, seniors will be allowed to wear a shirt from the college, military, or trade school they plan to attend or a shirt from their favorite college.
Wednesday: “Turn of the Millennium” — Dress up in popular styles from the late 90s and early 00s. Think about “Lizzie McGuire,” “Friends,” Even Stevens,” Avril Lavigne, and Ashton Kutcher for some ideas. Some acceptable attire would include: airbrushed shirts, clothing with rhinestones, striped sweaters, popped collars, spiky hair, or puka shell necklaces. Jeans are acceptable. No holes or rips in any clothing. You may not wear sweat pants or wind suits. Clothing that reveals back and midriff may not be worn.
Thursday: “Dress to Impress”--Senior are allowed to dress in appropriate Sunday best attire. For girls: no spaghetti strap tops, no back showing, dresses must be at least finger-tip length, sleeveless dresses must be at least 3 fingers wide at top of shoulders, no jeans, and no dresses or skirts that are too revealing or tight. For boys: no facial hair or jeans. Students who do not participate in Dress to Impress will be expected to be in standardized dress.
Friday: “Disney Day” — Seniors will be allowed to dress like their favorite Disney character. Character t-shirts and/or accessories only (i.e. Mickey Mouse ears, Princess Tiaras, etc). No masks or costumes allowed. Students may wear school appropriate jeans. All other standardized dress rules apply.
*Seniors may not wear clothing that reveals the back or midriff, spaghetti strap tops, strapless, or clothing that reveals too much skin.
*Jeans must not have holes or tattered areas and must be worn at the waist with a belt.
Senior week is a privilege which may be taken away from any student who does not comply with the guidelines. If a student chooses not to participate in Senior Week, they must be in standardized dress all week. We see these fun events as an opportunity to make the last few weeks of high school as enjoyable as possible for the senior class.
Contact Ms. Pierce for any questions!