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12 Days of Christmas

Katie Gear, staff writer

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Delphi Student Council will be getting into the holiday spirit by hosting 12 Days of Christmas. Starting Tuesday with scarf/sock day and ending with Ugly Christmas Sweaters, each day will be a dress up day.

Day 1: Tuesday – Scarf/Sock Day

Day 2: Wednesday – Present Day – wear bows and bright colors to look like presents

Day 3: Thursday – Twin Elf Day – get a buddy and dress like an elf

Day 4: Friday – Island of Misfit Toys – dress as a toy

Day 5: Monday – Candy Cane Day – dress like a candy cane or wear white and red and get a candy cane

Day 6: Tuesday – A “snow day/ E-learning day”- wear PJ’s

Day 7: Wednesday – Santa Hat Day – wear Santa hats

Day 8: Thursday – Red/Green Day – wear Christmas colors

Day 9: Friday – Santa Comes to Town/Letters to Santa- Mr. Claus and Mrs. Claus come take pictures and kids write letters to give to Macy’s Christmas foundation.

Day 10: Monday – “Snowstorm” – white out (wear tons of white)

Day 11: Tuesday –  Ghost of holidays past – decade day

Day 12: Wednesday – Ugly Christmas sweater day – wear fun and crazy sweaters

Join in on the holiday excitement and make sure you get your friends to participate. Whether you’re going all out in an elf costume, or just wearing an elf shirt, embrace your inner Christmas spirit. It’s a fun way to get your mind off all these Oracle Literacy essays and final exams.

About the Writer
Katie Gear, staff writer

Katie is a sophomore and in her first year of Parnassus. She is on the Delphi Dance Team and Student Council. She enjoys spending time with her grandma,...

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12 Days of Christmas