Homecoming Week Makes A Return After Two Years


Lukas Werner

At Tuesday’s pep assembly, homecoming court announcements were made by a member of Executive Council.

Lukas Werner and Fia Cooper

Homecoming Week this year started on Monday, Oct. 4, and included a variety of activities – spirit dress-up days, a pep assembly, and a masked Homecoming dance. 

The spirit days included a “Sleepless in Seattle” pajama day, a “Bring It On” class colors day, a “Clueless” anything but a backpack day, a safari and camouflage “Jumanji” day, as well as a “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” without school. 

Due to COVID-19 regulations, the pep assemblies were divided into two groups. During each pep assembly, the Homecoming court was announced, and students had the ability to participate in large-group games. Some of the activities during the assembly were “musical chairs” and “finish the lyrics.”

The week ended with a Hollywood-themed Homecoming dance held in the academic courtyard.

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  • Representatives of each class rushed forward to name the next bit of the lyrics.

  • The dance team performed at the end of each assembly.

  • Leaders of affinity groups spoke to the student body about their groups.

  • Multiple representatives from each class participated in an intense game of musical chairs.

  • Homerooms decorated their doors using paper, markers, and other supplies following the theme of Hollywood.

  • Students wore outfits that correlated to the theme of the day.

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