Students and staff had a wonderful time dressing up for Character Day on Oct. 30
Character Day allows students to demonstrate their school spirit and show off their costume-making skills. Teachers dressed up for fun as well. But there's more.
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"This is the day to celebrate the diversity of our students," said Ms. Thomas, Southwest Pre-k parent liaison. She said Character Day is rooted in Superintendent Stroud's emphasis on reading.
"Because of our reading, the students dress like the book characters or story characters," Ms. Thomas said. And because some families don't believe in Halloween, "we celebrate the different cultures and religious beliefs on October 30."