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Dressing for Success

by Markella Giannakopoulos, co-editor in chief

Many students came to school dressed in work attire to start their thinking about college and life after high school. Some students came in button downs and work pants, others came in outfits for their respective careers such as nurses or doctors. Photo by Markella Giannakopoulos.
Many students came to school dressed in work attire to start their thinking about college and life after high school. Some students came in button downs and work pants, others came in outfits for their respective careers such as nurses or doctors. Photo by Markella Giannakopoulos.

To get students thinking about life after high school, administration, headed by Principal Mrs. Schneider, declared the week of December 1st to be College Week. December 2nd was announced to be Dress for Success day.

“Some students were excited about [the day]. They really dressed for success,” coordinator of student affairs Mr. Nisonoff said.

Wearing the clothes of their desired professions, students were able to showcase their thoughts on their future. Wearing work pants, button downs, and flats, many students were excited about dressing for success.

“Once you get out of high school, appearance matters. If you present yourself in a professional matter, people will treat you professionally. The idea for the day was very good,” Mr. Nisonoff said

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