Spirit Week’s door design photostory

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Solon High School’s Student Council encouraged  first period classes to design their classroom doors to promote Spirit Week.While it was suggested teachers use this year’s homecoming theme, Luau, to design their door, it was not required.

Bridget Eickmeier and David Perchinske spun their door off of Lilo’s motto “Ohana means family” from the movie “Lilo and Stitch.”

 

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