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Spirit Week- Hawaiian Day

Matthew Pomales, Staff Writer

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Hawaiian day is about the celebration of Hawaiian culture as was celebrated Monday by wearing tacky Hawaiian clothing and a luau hosted by NHS.

During Hawaiian day students wore clothing such as Hawaiian shirts, dresses in floral patterns, and muumuus, a dress that hangs from the shoulders and fits loosely around the body. Leis were passed to students at the entrances of the school earlier in the morning as well.

“It’s wonderful,” said a teacher, Bridgette Hunter, referring to students well dressed for the theme.

Despite this enthusiasm, others see Hawaiian day in a different light. “What’s the point,” said student Dorothy Lepomarede.

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