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Snowcoming Week Day 1: Holiday Socks

Remy Fisher, Editor-in-Chief

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Starting off the second annual Snowcoming week at East Noble High School was the long-awaited holiday sock day.

Students of all ages sported both long and short, fuzzy and soft socks to spread holiday spirit. Gingerbread men, reindeer, and Christmas trees were seen on students’ feet today.

Snowcoming week, meant to resemble homecoming week, celebrates the holiday season while honoring teachers and students who portray outstanding behavior inside and outside of the classroom. Students nominate and vote for teachers to hold the title of Duke and Dutchess, and teachers nominate and vote for two students of each grade.

The entire week is dedicated to spreading holiday cheer and excitement for holiday break. This wekk will surely be one for the books!

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