Homecoming: No dance, but tailgate for seniors
Updated: Oct 7
Despite the challenges forced upon by COVID, pep club is coming up with alternatives and is working hard to still have some of the typical homecoming activities.
Although not all activities will be possible, pep club is working to make sure that those that occur are amazing.
“We will have a spirit week, homecoming court, and football game where the court will be introduced and the winner will be announced,” said Holly Boger, adviser of pep club.
Students will vote for homecoming queen during the week of homecoming.
“Unfortunately, there will not be a dance due to recommendations set forth, however we are working on a plan B activity,” said Boger.
Due to CDC guidelines in an effort to keep everyone safe, limited attendees for both indoor and outdoor activities is an obstacle in regards to homecoming.
However, pep club is trying to get more students involved in the spirit week.
“We are hoping we can involve more students in the selection process of spirit days and other ideas to boost school spirit,” said Boger.
While the other activities are already decided if they are occurring, the homecoming pep rally is still up in the air.
The night of the homecoming football game, pep club will be sponsoring a tailgate where the game will be livestreamed onto a large screen. It will be only accessible to seniors.
Seniors must have the ticket that they signed up for on Skyward to be able to attend. The café will be supplying some food, but students can bring snacks.
Students will need to bring their own chair.