Iron Mountain students show spirit for homecoming week

Iron Mountain students dress in tie-dye and a wig to show their spirit for 'Decade's Day.' (WLUC Photo)
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IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WLUC) - Iron Mountain Public School students are celebrating homecoming week with spirit.

Each day this week, they can dress up according to the topic. Tuesday was decades day, so each grade level was a different year. Students wore tie-dye shirts for 70s, as some wore denim for 90s.

Wednesday is color day, where each grade wears a certain color.

Iron Mountain Public School’s 5 through 12 grade principal, Will Traber, said he loves seeing students and teachers involved.

"It feels good. It creates a culture of excitement. It shows support for the football team and also the other sports and it gives them the opportunity to again, be engaged,” he said.

Homecoming festivities take place all week, with a pep assembly on Friday at the high school. There will then be a school-wide tailgate to prepare for the homecoming football game.

For each day's topic, see the 'Related Links' section of this story.



 
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