Opposite Day starts homecoming week
Opposite Day, the replacement for Wacky Tacky Day, was the first of the four-day spirit week.
The day was broad enough so students could dress in a variety of outfits, including dressing as babies, Herndon athletes, or the opposite gender.
“It’s fun to see how everyone will dress up,” junior Kayla Mcgee said. “There’s also a lot of flexibility to be creative.”
However, not everyone likes the switch from Wacky Tacky Day.
“I’m more of a wacky tacky day kind of person so I was like really, you’re going to take that away,” said senior Jordan Farrell “Wacky tacky day gives you more inspiration and more things to think about to wear that day but opposite day is just like, ugh.”
Opposite Day was added because the Leadership Committee wanted a completely new spirit day.
Tomorrow is class color day. While students are encouraged to have fun, the administration would like to remind students to show good conduct respect to one another.