September 29 – Mary Hollis Pugmire
September 30 – Elizabeth Marx
After committee work, please make sure you clean up your mess! Thank you!
Look at this document for all you want and need to know about Homecoming:
If you plan to bring a date from another school, please have them complete this form and give it to the Deans.
Schedule for the day!
***Seniors, make sure you look at your email from Mrs. Farmer for details for the morning***
No academic classes today!!!!
9:00- Seniors meet at the Spirit Rock – Car painting, handprints on the rock, baby rocks, donuts and Senior shirts from Alumni Association and class picture
9:00-12:30 Non-Mandatory Committee Work
*Lunch Provided in Myers Gallery at 11:30 (bring your own drink or water bottle)
12:30 – 1:15 Meet in PH to view videos (SIT WITH YOUR ADVISORY – ATTENDANCE TAKEN)
1:30-2:00 Line Up For Parade (Line up in front of SA, everyone else on causeway)
2:00-3:20 Parade and Pep Rally (After parade, everyone files into the stands for the pep rally. Banners should be taken to the press box to be hung. Floats should turn around in the Spartan Center circle and then head back to the Junior lot once everyone is in the stadium)
Wear your Class Movie Genre outfits today!
Thank you to our Seniors for a great time with our first grade buddies!
Congratulations to our Homecoming Courts!
“Thomas is in his third year running for us and he is having a break-out season. We are not surprised. This summer, Thomas not only attended every summer workout, but he would ride his bike to our practices so that he could be there. With that kind of dedication, it is no surprise that he PR’d by 45 seconds in his first race of the season. Thomas leads by example and is poised for a strong season this year!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Cross
“Amy is in her first year but she has already made a great impression. She comes to every workout and is not afraid to challenge herself. You will always see Amy with a smile on her face and a positive attitude. It will be fun watching her improve this season as she gets stronger and more confident as a runner!” – Geoffrey Walton, Head Coach, Cross Country