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Spirit Week 2017

Obed Cortez, Edwin Guerra, Edvin Lopez, Rudy Villafuerte, Bridgette Alya, and Deybi Salazar

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Spirit Week is one of our favorite weeks of the year, a grand tradition where students get to raid their parents’ closets for clothes of yesteryear and dig through the green colored makeup bin at Value Village. With the variety of theme choices for the 2017 week that was, our students put forth their best-dressed efforts and donned their Brewster pride.
Here are some of our favorite creations.

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