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Brentwood shows its spirit … again!

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Get ready to show your spirit Brentwood!

While Brentwood still has no official homecoming planned for this year, Student Council is still actively making this crazy year exciting! One way they are showing their love for the Brentwood High School community is through spirit weeks. 

Next week, January 11- January 15, Student Council encourages students to participate in the second spirit week of the year!

On Monday, January 11, students can show their spirit by wearing their cozy PJs to school.

Tuesday, January 12 is twin day, so grab a friend and plan a fun matching outfit together!

Do you have a favorite teacher? Show them on Wednesday, January 13, by dressing up like them.

Binging TV seems to be a favorite quarantine activity for many high schoolers, so show your spirit on Thursday, January 14, by dressing as your favorite TV show or movie character.

Finally, on Friday, January 15, dress in your purple and gold pride colors!

To make Spirit Week extra peppy, Student Council has decided to turn it into an individual contest. Each day you participate, your name gets entered into a raffle to win a gift card. 

If you’re online but still want to show your Brentwood spirit, do not fret! Each day you participate, just take a photo of yourself in your Spirit Week attire and email it to [email protected].

Have fun and show your spirit Brentwood!

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Eloise Ayotte
Eloise Ayotte, Editor in Chief
Eloise Ayotte is a senior at Brentwood High School. They are the Editor in Chief of The Nest, and it is their third year on the journalism staff. They enjoy hiking, writing, and being outside with their dogs. Eloise plans to attend college to double major in environmental studies and journalism with a minor in management to become an environmental project manager someday.

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