Bird Rock students show off crazy socks, hair

The students at Bird Rock Elementary School showed their school spirit with crazy hairstyles and socks last week.

Megan Casey-Jones helps out by spraying color into the childrens hair. Photo by Pearl Pris

Nolan Mitruka with colored Sharpies and gold highlights in his hair. Photo by Pearl Pris

Adriana Becker and Nera Holland show off their crazy hair and socks. Photo by Pearl Pris

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