Students dress as vocabulary words

Instead of Halloween costumes, Jefferson Elementary School students and staff wore costumes that reflected vocabulary words last Thursday on Halloween. Julia Baugh picked an unusual word, “incognito,” for her costume – and she was dressed for the part. – STEVEN LLOYD  |  THE STANDARD BANNER

“Vocabulary Word Day” brought out the creativity of students, staff, and even administrators as they dressed up as their favorite word on Halloween.

Instructional Coach Leigh Dailey came up with the idea four years ago as an alternative to dressing in Halloween costumes.

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