Seniors secure victory in camo dress-up day

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Andi Leff ('14)/ Eastside Photo Editor A group of juniors sport camo apparel.

Kaylin Magosin ('14)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief

Today, Tuesday November 26, the Spirit Week dress-up day was Camouflage.  Student scholars, staff scholars and teacher scholars sported various camo gear. Many wore East’s custom t-shirt, a fundraiser initiated by SGA to support the Wounded Warrior Project.

“I like it because its not a typical dress up day and its for a good cause,” said Charlotte Montgomery (‘16).

Camo Day is a new theme for a Spirit Week dress-up day, and students seemed to like it.

“It’s different than anything we’ve done before,” said Carly Wetzler (’16).

Wearing camouflage clothing equaled one point, while wearing the East camo shirt equaled two points.  The seniors came out as the winners of today’s dress-up day; the freshmen came in second, followed by the sophomores in third and the juniors in fourth.

According to Mr. CJ Davis, East raised $800 for the Wounded Warrior Project from the sales of the East camo shirts.

Tomorrow is the last day of Spirit Week; remember to wear RED.