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Show your spirit!

Oakmont’s Homecoming spirit week recap.
Viktoriya Rotaru
Emily Sjoberg and Bailey Blackstock wore their class shirts to show their school spirit.

Spirit week at Oakmont serves as a nice break from their mundane school tasks; in anticipation of the big homecoming game and dance at the end of the week students are encouraged to dress up each day in a specific theme chosen by student government. Here is a recap of all the themes that allowed students to get creative and have more fun during the school week. 

Adam Sandler Day – Tuesday 

As part of Oakmont’s Adam Sandler Day, students emulated Sandler’s well known street style. Many sported long basketball shorts, oversized tees, and tall white socks with dad sneakers or even Birkenstock sandals. Students also wore accessories like backwards caps and sporty sunglasses to complete their looks. 

Cali Rowe and Viktoriya Rotaru dressed in long shorts and oversized tees for Adam Sandler Day. (Peyton Anderson)

Barbie vs Oppenheimer Day – Wednesday

Barbenhiemer is here! Oakmont students dressed for either the Barbie or Oppenheimer theme to showcase which one they loved more. Some students wore black suits for Oppenheimer, while some wore pink dresses or skirts for Barbie. Accessories such as pink leis, glasses, and hats were also worn by many.

Mrs. Kerns dressed up in pink for the Barbie theme with her students. (Viktoriya Rotaru)
People dressed in suits and caps, taking inspiration from the Oppenheimer movie. (Viktoriya Rotaru)

Dress As Your Type Day – Thursday

Students dressed up as the type of people they find attractive. Some girls dressed as dreamy surfer boys with Hawaiian shirts and caps to cover their hair,  while other students wore jerseys of sports that their crushes play. More comedic takes included people dressing up as red flags, implying the flawed nature of their past love interests.

Taking a creative approach on Dress As Your Type Day, students dressed up as red flags.
(Viktoriya Rotaru)

Oakmont School Spirit Day – Friday

Closing spirit week with the theme of school spirit day, students wore their class colors for the rally and football game. Accessories included but were not limited to hats, glasses, facepaint, and necklaces. 

Students painted “OHS” on their skin to showcase their school pride. (Viktoriya Rotaru)

To see more about Homecoming spirit week visit @ohsnorsenotes on Instagram.

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Peyton Anderson
Peyton Anderson, Photo Editor
Peyton is a junior at Oakmont High School. She is outgoing and kind. She also loves photography! She makes friends easily and is easy to talk to. :)

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