Photos by Brienna Panariso
By Brienna Panariso
Pueblo County High School is very well known for their admirable and exciting engagement within spirit weeks and celebrating many things every year. This week marks the last week before Christmas break so to express our excitement as a school, the PCHS Student Council has organized a compelling spirit week!
Jayden Dodge, junior, stated “Spirit week gives kids a chance to show their festive spirits and have fun expressing themselves!”
Kicking off strong, Monday's assigned theme was to wear socks and sweaters, reminding us of cold winter weather that brings our mind to Christmas. Knitted sweaters and long fuzzy socks are easily concluded with the winter weathers that come along with Christmas time.
Moss Ray, junior, quoted “Monday's theme showed a lot of different styles and aspects of people's experiences with Christmas!”
Tuesday was channel your flannel, so students wore a cute plaid flannel! Plaid is a pattern often associated with Christmas, so it's easy for the two to correlate and bring some Christmas spirit to PCHS.
Ashley Watson, junior, specified “Tuesday’s theme is super exciting because I definitely love wearing flannels during the holiday season!”
On Wednesday, wear an outfit using red and white! Red and white resemble candy canes, a common candy used to celebrate Christmas.
Noah Weckx, sophomore, stated “I love the spirit days we have, they're fun to participate in! They bring the school together and seem to make the school have a more positive spirit! I'm really looking forward to showing how much I love the holidays in our upcoming spirit week!”
Lastly, Thursday, was dress up or dress down for the holiday season! Students dressed up classy and fancy as if it were time for Christmas dinner. The other option was to dress down the holiday season, wear your cozy and comfy clothes.