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Spirit Week - Black and White Day

March 2012

The final day for the TLC Spirit Week was Black and White day!

 

We had a small crowd for our final spirit day... do you think everyone was spirit-ed out!

 

Not this guy though! Nice black and white outfit my friend!

 

And not only did this Monhegan kindergartner wear black and white... she brought black and white accessories as well!

 

This eighth grader, however, only managed to wear some black pants and white socks. Whoops!

 

Cute little black and white dressed kindergartner from Cliff!

 

Wow! Look at that outfit!

 

And a skeleton! How did he manage to take off all his skin without making a big mess?

 

Extra points for the ACDC shirt on this little one!

 

Anne sporting her black and white pjs! 

 

Is that you Mr. H!?

 

Here's Isle Au Haut group sharing their outfits!

 

Even their art teacher joined in on the fun!

 

I thought black and white day was an appropriate way to conclude spirit week since we were wearing black because we were in mourning that spirit week was over with... but there is always next year!

 

 

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