Freshmen excited for Initiation Week

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Freshmen excited for Initiation Week

Freshman Initiation Week included

Freshman Initiation Week included "Western Wednesday" when junior big sisters dressed little sisters in appropriate western attire.

Freshman Initiation Week included "Western Wednesday" when junior big sisters dressed little sisters in appropriate western attire.

Freshman Initiation Week included "Western Wednesday" when junior big sisters dressed little sisters in appropriate western attire.

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Ninth grade students are having their traditional Freshman Initiation Week Sept. 23-27 with the theme, “Away We Go.”

Junior adviser Leilani Asuncion-Tagupa said, “As a tradition, the main idea is to initiate and welcome freshman students to the journey and especially to welcome them into high school.”

Each day of the week, freshmen are dressed by their junior big sisters.

Freshman Kayla Manz said, “I’m really excited! I also like how each day, there’s always a theme that we could dress up in.”

On Monday, “The Magical Kingdom,” freshmen dressed in sashes and tiaras. On Tuesday, “Tropical Island Tuesday,” freshmen wore tropical accessories such as sunglasses, straw hats, lei and grass skirts.

On “Western Wednesday,” freshmen dressed with bandanas and cowboy hats. Juniors and freshmen dressed as twins in white and gold accessories such as ribbons, hair ties and socks on “Twin Thursday.”

On Friday, the culmination of the week, freshmen dressed in initiation attire for performances they prepared for two weeks.

Freshman Angelina Caballero said, “ I’m definitely scared to perform in front of everyone, but I think it will be a fun experience. I think Freshman Initiation will be fun especially since I get to bond with other people that I didn’t know before.”