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It's Homecoming Week at WHS

As we prepare for an exciting Homecoming Week, I want to take a moment to express my appreciation for each one of our teachers, parents, and community members whose support makes our school and community shine.

Homecoming Week is not just about celebrating our school's history and traditions; it's about coming together for the kids, fostering school spirit, and creating memories. It is a reflection of our commitment to providing the best possible educational experience for every student who walks through our doors. Mr. Head, the student council, and the administration are purposeful in creating inclusive activities that involve all students.

I would like to extend my gratitude to all of our people for your contributions in various ways:

Teachers and Staff: Your enthusiasm in organizing and participating in Homecoming activities, from dress-up days to the Homecoming parade, sets a positive example for our students and enhances their school experience.

Custodial and Maintenance Teams: Your hard work ensures our school looks its best during Homecoming Week, and all year long, thank you.

Student Council and Advisors: Your efforts in planning and executing Homecoming events, supporting daily activities, providing supervision/ planning, building floats, attending pep rallies/bonfires, and the Homecoming game, are the backbone of Homecoming.

Coaches and Athletes: Your commitment to representing our school with pride and respect during Homecoming and all competitions is key to building Trojan Pride!

Community Members, Businesses, and Support Services: Homecoming involves all EMS, (sheriffs, fire department, city support personnel), as well as local business and booster support. We are so thankful for our community.

Together, we create momentum and continually develop Trojan Nation. We all play a pivotal role in the success of Homecoming, our schools, and our students. Let's pull together with the same enthusiasm as last year and make this year's homecoming as good or better than before. Thank you for your ongoing commitment to our school's success and for your dedication to making Homecoming Week a highlight of the year.

We are inviting Harrison and Willow Creek High School students to attend our festivities Thursday afternoon. Please reach out to me via phone call or email if you have any questions.


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MONDAY: AMERICA DAY. Students will have the opportunity to create Trojan Pride posters. These will be judged by Mr. Slater and Mrs. Nieskens.

TUESDAY: SENIOR CITIZENS DAY. Students will have a pie-eating contest outside.

WEDNESDAY: COUNTRY VS COUNTRY CLUB. Students will have a Powder Puff Football game from 3:02 PM to 3:54 PM. A bonfire will begin at 8 PM between the pool property and the old tennis courts.

THURSDAY: SCHOOL PRIDE. Students will vote on Homecoming Royalty, then meet on the football field for a high school-wide photo. From 11:40 AM to 12:36 PM, high school classes will work on floats with advisors. Manly Man Volleyball will occur in the Varsity Gym from 1:15 PM to 2:05 PM.

A K-12 Assembly with the introduction of teams and royalty, Trojan Olympics, and the Funky Chicken will happen from 2:06 PM to 2:58 PM. The Trojan Olympics will include Musical Chairs, Cheerio on Spaghetti Relay, Hula Hoop Relay, and more.

At 3:20 PM students will be released for the Homecoming Parade, which will make its way down Whitehall Street, turn on Legion Avenue, then turn back towards the school on Division. The parade will start promptly at 3:40 PM.


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