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Fourth Graders Celebrate National 'Hoodie-Hoo' Day
Mrs. Dressler's students outside on Hoodie Hoo Day
Mrs. Dressler's Fourth Grade students had fun celebrating National "Hoodie-Hoo Day!"  If you don't know what Hoodie-Hoo Day is, it's a day that is celebrated every year on February 20 and it's designed to help people to overcome the wintertime blues and to prepare them for the coming of spring--being outdoors to bask in the wondrous feeling of warm weather.
This holiday was created and copyrighted by Thomas Roy, who has created over 80 different holidays--many of them quite unusual--such as Bathtub Party Day and Answer Your Cat's Questions Day. 
Mrs. Dressler's students chased the winter away by wearing brightly colored clothing to school on Tuesday, February 20 and going outside at noon to shout "Hoodie-Hoo!" three times to the sky! 
Hoodie-Hoo!  Hoodie-Hoo!  Hoodie-Hoo!  Come on, spring!  Get here soon!  Please click here to see some photos from Hoodie-Hoo Day.