BATTLE RISING: Students show school spirit in decades-themed outfits

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 | 7:18 p.m. CDT; updated 7:09 a.m. CDT, Thursday, October 17, 2013
On Tuesday, as part of Spirit Week, Battle High School students dressed in attire from different decades. The Missourian photo staff has a photo booth in the school's common area to make portraits during different dress-up days. A slideshow featuring the best portraits will be on our website Sunday.

COLUMBIA — What does homecoming look like for a school with no alumni to welcome home? For Battle High School, it looks like superheroes, different decades, twins and Spartans.

Battle High School is celebrating homecoming with Spirit Week. Each day this week, students are dressing to a different theme. Tuesday's theme was "Making History." Students dressed in attire from their favorite decades.

The Missourian photo staff has a photo booth in the school's common area to make portraits all week, culminating in a slideshow on the Missourian's website Sunday featuring the best photos.

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