La Jolla Elementary fifth-graders enjoy PJ Day

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Photo by Sandra Munson

Fifth-grade is very special time for students at La Jolla Elementary School as they are finishing up their years at elementary schools.

To celebrate their accomplishments the Class of 2011 gets to partake in a few fun spirit days such as Sports Day, Big Hat Day and, on Friday, PJ day.

On Friday students and teachers alike came dressed in cozy pants, robes and even brought along their cozy cuddly stuffed animals. On spirit days they are definitely feeling like they rule the school!

The fifth-graders are also celebrating with a pizza party and an afternoon Amigos Fiesta enjoyed by the whole school.

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