On Matching Monday, students coordinated with each other to create matching pairs. Throughout the classrooms and hallways there were students dressed to match with their “twin”. Some attire included baseball hats, jeans, t-shirts, bows and shoes.
For Tacky Tuesday, students had to wear the “tackiest” outfit that they could. Some students wore two pairs of socks, Hawaiian shirts, neon colored shirts or skirts with red, pink, turquoise and many other different colors shirts, shoes and tights in order to create that mismatched and tacky look.
The categories for the contest were judged on creativity, originality and funniness. The group that won most creative was the Disney princesses, including seniors Jennifer Daley as Cinderella, Kristi Adams as Mulan, Trista Bell as Belle, Angel Jesudasen as Jasmine, Ashley Tfaye as Snow White, Rachel Witter as Rapunzel, Kellie Thorsness as Sleeping Beauty, Maria Diaz as Pocahontas. Sophie Harriman, "the frozen yogurt girl" won most original. The cop and criminal couple, Carly Dixon, as the cop and Geoff Fulkerson the criminal, won in the funniness category. Their rewards were gift cards to In N Out.