Lawrence High School held its annual Pink Out Day, to aid breast cancer research efforts.
The school sold pink merchandise and food to support the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
The event began to support school teacher Shannon Wilson, when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer. Wilson, who is now cancer-free, is excited the pink out is an annual tradition.
"I think it's a fun week for the kids, they look forward to it. It's fun to see boys in pink, we've seen pink tennis shoes, pink socks you're going to see the team in pink and something on their helmets, the cheerleaders, it makes it festive. And, it's awareness and its really cool to have kids come together for a cause," Wilson said.
Lawrence High's pink out football game is against Leavenworth this Friday.