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Hi Groves! It’s Barbie!

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Hi Barbie! Hi Ken! Hi Groves!

Have you seen the new Barbie movie? If not, you’ve definitely heard of it. The Barbie Movie is the first live-action film based on the world-renowned fashion doll created by Mattel.

This year’s Spirit Week theme is Wylie: Roll out the Red Carpet. Tuesday’s theme this week is Barbie Day, as a homage to the hit movie.

Freshman dressed up as Doctor Barbie, wearing: scrubs, gloves, a mask, a doctor badge, or a stethoscope.

Freshmen, Hannah Rass (Left) and Olivia Handzel (Right), dressed in “Doctor Barbie” inspired clothes. (Ireland Kopsch)

Sophomores dressed up as Popstar Barbie and could wear tutus, wigs, sparkles, or mics. 

Juniors wore outfits inspired by Country Barbie. This included: cowboy hats, cowboy boots, flannels, and jeans.

Groves students Sylvie Ball and Piper Benaim dressed up as Cowboy barbies, in accordance with the Juniors “Barbie Cowboy” theme.
(Ireland Kopsch)

Seniors went for a Business Barbie-inspired look, which included: briefcases, suits, ties, nice shoes, or a fancy dress.

Groves Seniors Marley Eaton (Left) Emily Eshelby (Center) and Andie Shapiro (Right) dress up in business attire to express their Groves spirit.
(Ireland Kopsch)
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Ireland Kopsch
Ireland Kopsch, Editor
Ireland Kopsch is a junior at Groves High School and currently an Editor(2023-2024) for the Scriptor. This is her second year on the Scriptor. She enjoys writing News Feature and Art & Entertainment articles and hopes to write more Opinion pieces this upcoming year. Ireland enjoys being involved in school; she is on the swim and waterpolo Team and a part of many other Groves organizations like NAHS and LINKS. For her last two years in high school, she hopes to add more knowledge to her already established Journalism experience and hopes to continue her Journalism career in college.
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