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Wake Up, but Don’t Get Dressed for School

Rachalle Ubaldo, Staff Writer

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“I like being lazy!” That’s what 8th grader Ellery Bodell said about Pajama day and why she put on her comfy clothes.

Today, Wednesday, Nov. 1, students got to wear wore their pajamas to school.  Why?  Because they could due to that the day was declared by the BMS Spirit and Leadership Committee.

“I wore my pajamas because it was a spirit day,” said Jane Cheema, an 8th grader.

Most who participated were girls.  Most boys didn’t dress up–err- down.

Rachalle Ubaldo
“I wore my breakfast stuff pajamas!” –Sia Stefanidi. “I have owls.” –Chanel Wash. Both are sixth graders.

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One Response to “Wake Up, but Don’t Get Dressed for School”

  1. Jordan Schiffman on February 15th, 2018 9:13 am

    I like how one of the students talks about how boys don’t really dress up for pajama day

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