It was makeover day for one local teacher; students from Sherman High School arraigned a salon and shopping day for one of their favorite teachers.
Saturday was a day full of changes for one Sherman teacher. Anthony Escobedo was chosen for a makeover and KXII caught it all on tape.
"Today I've been talked into getting my hair cut, all 12 inches of this off, I'm gonna donate it to locks of love and got for a shorter haircut," said Escobedo.
"He's the perfect candidate, he's fun, everyone loves him at school, and we just want to see a new do," said Abigail Glavy, a Sherman High senior.
But a new do isn't all Sherman High School teacher Anthony Escobedo received. He got a complete overhaul, from tresses to toes. After hitting Tangles Salon, he was whisked off to Kohl's for a new outfit, although he says he didn't need a wardrobe intervention.
"I don't believe I have any clothes they find to be undesirable, but if I do, yes, I will give them up to charity," said Escobedo
The girls told a slightly different story, suggesting that his purple shirt-and purple undershirt combo aren't his best look.
While picking shoes, there was a heated debate about whether or not men should wear sandals. The students said no and Escobedo went with new closed shoes.
At the end of Saturday’s make-over everyone seemed really pleased with the results.
"I think he looks great, it's a fun, fresh look, something he wouldn't pick out for himself, so it's a nice update from his old style," said Melanie Littlefield, a student at SHS.
"At the beginning of the day, I was very nervous. Change, just in general can be nerve-wracking, but I'm glad I did it, my hair's gone, I got a new outfit thanks to Kohl's and get to wake up tomorrow and have a brand new day," said Escobedo.
Escobedo says he thinks everyone will be like by his new look. As for the students, they say they'd love to make-over any other teacher ready to accept their challenge.