2010 “Dress Me Literary” Winners

Mr. Eric Perez & Ms. Cla Arcadio (HARRY POTTER)

The votes are in.   Dim the lights.

Almost three thousand votes were cast. The votes were spread out among the finalists in both INDIVIDUAL and GROUP CATEGORIES, which means that either you had a tough time choosing because they were all good or you all just voted for yourselves!

Seriously, thanks to all who joined the online poll!

Here’s a word of thanks again to all those who participated in the 2010 Xavier School ‘DRESS ME LITERARY’ event, especially those who made their costumes from scratch!  Too bad not everyone can be a winner.

Special mention, of course, goes to the English Department of the Grade School and High School for organizing this Reading Campaign–and the entire Literacy Month.  They had great costumes but out of delicadeza, disqualified themselves from the competition.

 

 

The English Department modeling what they want us all to do (and it's not to put on costumes!)

 

(Images above courtesy of James Nicolay; those below – various sources on Facebook)

And here are the winners you selected…

THE TOP 3 INDIVIDUAL COSTUMES

High School

 

Mr. RONALD DEMEGILLO as Ironman: 12% of the Votes

 

Central Administration

 

Mr. NOEL SANTOS (Cristostomo Ibarra, Noli Me Tangere): 11% of the Votes

 

Grade School

 

Mr. ENZO FUENTES (Captain Hook) - 5% of the Votes

 

 

THE TOP 3 GROUP COSTUMES

Central Administration

 

PHYSICAL PLANT (The Rebels in EL FILIBUSTERISMO): 23% of the Votes

 

High School

 

HS SCIENCE (ALICE IN WONDERLAND): 14% of the Votes

 

Grade School

 

GS GSPO (THE LION KING): 12% of the Votes

 

And the DIRECTOR’S CHOICE:
for organizing a wildly successful “DRESS ME LITERARY” event…

 

THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT (Grade School + High School)

 

Please claim your prizes at the Office of the Director this week.  Congratulations and Luceat Lux!

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