Dress-up Days

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Students are encouraged to wear action color shirts on Compact Day Wednesdays.  Counts are taken during 4th period, and each semester, the winning class gets a pizza party.  Students are placed on an action team (color) based on their last name...
 
A-E - RED
F-L - GOLD
M-Rh - BLUE
Ri-Z - GREEN

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Red Ribbon Week is usually observed the third or fourth week of October as a drug and violence prevention/awareness campaign.  Ramona participates with themed dress-up days.  Here is the 2017 dress-up schedule...
 
Monday - Wear Red Day
Tuesday - Wear Your Favorite Hat Day
Wednesday - Wear Crazy Socks Day
Thursday - Wear Disney Day
Friday - Wear Your Favorite Sports Team Day
 

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Guidelines For Halloween Dress Up (when it falls on a school day)


  1. All Dress Up Items and Costumes must abide by Dress Code Policy

  1. No masks, hoods, face paint, or anything else covering any part of your face

  2. No depiction of blood, guts, gruesome or disturbing designs

  3. No Imitation Weapons (pirate swords, nunchucks, toy guns, etc.)

  4. No morphsuits, overly-revealing clothing, or tight-fitting suits or costumes

  5. No excessive bodysuits (e.g. Sumo Wrestler Suit where a kid cannot get into their seat)

  6. No crutches, canes, pogo sticks, stilts, wizard staffs, bo staffs, quarterstaffs, etc.

  7. Due to the prevalence of coulrophobia, no clown suits or clown shenanigans of any kind

  8. Nothing that will obstruct the view of other students in a classroom (Ex. Witches hats)

  9. Feel free to be as creative as you want, but be reasonable and use good judgment. Nothing inappropriate, offensive, or overly distracting to the learning environment