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Sep072012

TLC Spirit Week - Pajama Day!

The last week in March was TLC Spirit Week for the islands schools! The TLC Student Council decided on having a virtual spirit week with theme days and morning parties and lots of fun! It was perfect timing in the dead of winter when daily life at isolated island schools can be just a tad bit boring and mundane!

 

The first spirit day started on a Monday! The kids set it up so Monday was pajama day! You know what makes Mondays WAY better? Wearing your pajamas all day long!!!

 

The Matiicus bunch in their pj's!

 

Showing off their outfits!

 

 Nice legs! 

 

Oh my goodness! These footies pj's were my favorite!

 

Mr. H's pj bottoms! He was REALLY excited!

 

This 8th grader looked good in his skiing jammies.

 

Comfy and cozy on Monhegan!

 

All jammied up and ready for Spirit Week to begin!!!

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    Response: resumeservicesau
    The pajama day is too funny and i just feel kids do really need such activities and fun things around their schools and institutions apart from the academics. This can really boos up them with extra energy and good mindset.
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    When I am studying in school every Friday is special customs day. Our class students use to wear different types of traditional dress of their culture or country and come to class. With all students wearing vibrant colorful dresses. My classroom use to look like an art painted with different colors. ...
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