Generation Swap Spirit Day

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Generation Swap Spirit Day

Junior Samantha Vassen laughs as the neon lighst flash at homecoming. “I went freshman year and back then I was more antisocial and just played video games, but this year I just wanted to be myself and dance and not care what anyone else thought. I had lots of fun with friends,” said Vassen.

Junior Samantha Vassen laughs as the neon lighst flash at homecoming. “I went freshman year and back then I was more antisocial and just played video games, but this year I just wanted to be myself and dance and not care what anyone else thought. I had lots of fun with friends,” said Vassen.

Junior Samantha Vassen laughs as the neon lighst flash at homecoming. “I went freshman year and back then I was more antisocial and just played video games, but this year I just wanted to be myself and dance and not care what anyone else thought. I had lots of fun with friends,” said Vassen.

Junior Samantha Vassen laughs as the neon lighst flash at homecoming. “I went freshman year and back then I was more antisocial and just played video games, but this year I just wanted to be myself and dance and not care what anyone else thought. I had lots of fun with friends,” said Vassen.

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Junior Samantha Vassen laughs as the neon lighst flash at homecoming. “I went freshman year and back then I was more antisocial and just played video games, but this year I just wanted to be myself and dance and not care what anyone else thought. I had lots of fun with friends,” said Vassen.

By Lihem Amlak

On the Thursday of Homecoming Spirit Week, upperclassmen dressed up as senior citizens, while underclassmen dressed up as toddlers. From walkers to diapers, students celebrated their school spirit through the halls of RHS.

“I went all out and got some weird looks, but I liked showing my school spirit,” senior Lydia Martin said.

Even Richardson staff decided to join the festivities by dressing up as either a senior citizen or toddler.

“I had to snag clothes from my kids to pull off this outfit,” AVID teacher Elizabeth Brown said.