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Spirit Days

Everyone gets in the spirit of fun and learning at Beattie on Spirit Days! Wear your favorite Beattie school spirit wear when we don’t have an identified theme.

 

Beattie Elementary Spirit Day Themes for 2020-2021

Suggestions for participation in our spirit days, which usually occur on Fridays:

School Colors (Friday, September 4)

Show your school spirit by wearing blue & orange, our official school colors! Be creative, and find other ways to show our school colors.

 

Hawaiian Day (Friday, September 18)

Wear a Hawaiian shirt, lei of flowers, straw hat, grass skirt, and flip flops. Bright colors would look great too.

 

Hat Day (Friday, October 2)

Choose your favorite hat or a hat that is unique and wear it to school.

 

Stuffed Animal Day (Wednesday, October 14)

Bring your favorite stuffed animal to school. Keep it close to you.

 

Halloween Costume Parade (Friday, October 30)

Bring your Halloween costume and remember, no blood, gore, or weapons. Wear your costume for the parties and parade.

 

Crazy Hair Day (Friday, November 6)

Style your hair in crazy ways with spikes, pig tails or pony tail, colorfully dye, or add odd ornaments like rubber bands or hair clips or wear a silly wig.

 

Veteran's Day(Wednesday, November 11)

Honor all those that serve or have served in the military and protect our freedoms and independence. Wear red, white, and blue. 

 

Gift of Kindness (Friday, November 20)

Do something nice for someone. Give the gift of kindness, like helping them out with something, being a special friend, etc. Try this at home too. Please don’t bring an actual gift to give.

 

Dress Wacky Day (Friday, December  4)

Wear bright colors, turn your clothes backwards or inside out, or set a new trend. The key here is to be creative.

 

Holiday Colors/Ugly Holiday Sweater/Holidays Around the World Day (Friday, December 18)

The holidays are here and ugly sweaters are fun. Wear an ugly sweater or shirt. Red and green or clothes that have pictures or symbols of the holidays are great. Santa hats work well too. Wear clothes that are more traditional and represent the holidays in other cultures.

 

Favorite Color (Friday, January 8)

What’s your favorite color? Wear that color, head to toe.  Be creative.

 

Pajama Day (Friday, January 22)

Stay in the pajamas you wore the night before and wear them to school. No slippers though. Students should wear regular shoes for PE and recesses.

 

Red or Pink for Valentine's Day (Friday, February 12)

Wear red in celebration of Valentine's Day. Pink is okay too.

 

Tie Dye Day (Friday, February 26)

Find your favorite piece of tie-dyed clothing and wear it to school.

 

Buddy Up Day (Friday, March 12)

Older students “buddy up” with younger students and do an activity together.  Go outside for a special recess, read together, or do some other fun activity together.

 

Favorite Character Day (Friday, March 26)

Participate by wearing anything that has your favorite character on it. Characters might be from books, comics, movies, video games, etc. For example, if you like Spiderman, wear a t-shirt or hat that has the Spiderman comic book character on it.

 

Twin/Triplet Day (Friday, April 9)

Find a friend and dress the same. Expand that pairing to a group of students or even a class or grade level and plan to wear the same thing or look similar.

 

Superhero Day (Friday, April 23)

Dress like your favorite superhero, make your own superhero costume, or wear something with superheroes on it.

 

Star Wars Day (Tuesday, May 4)

Wear anything that has Star Wars pictured in celebration of "May the 4th (force) be with you".  

 

Crazy Sock Day (Friday, May 21)

Wear colorful socks on your feet, or decorate yourself using socks in creative ways.

 

Beattie Spirit Day (Wednesday, May 26)

Wear any t-shirt you’ve gotten this year or in past years that is a Beattie t-shirt. Consider the Fall frolic, Schools on the Move Challenge, or spirit wear you’ve purchased.