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Homecoming week full of activities

Elijah Hudson, Staff Writer

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The week of Homecoming is a great way to show off school spirit and to enjoy some good times with classmates. Here is a guide for all of the upcoming Homecoming events.


Spirit week dress-up days:


Monday- Hat Day

Tuesday- Pajama Day

Wednesday- College Day

Thursday- Throwback

Friday Spirit Day


Wednesday, Sept. 19:  boys’ powder-puff volleyball game in

                                         the high school gym at 6:00

                                         Immediately following volleyball, powder-puff

                                         football at Berto Field


Thursday, Sept. 20:  voting for Homecoming court during OT


Friday, Sept. 21:  pep session in gym at 2:30

                                Delphi vs North White at 7:00 at Berto Field

                                At halftime: judging of decorated golf carts

                                              Introduction of Homecoming court

                                              Crowning of Homecoming queen


Saturday, Sept. 22:  SADD semi-formal dance from 8:00 – 10:30

                                    at the DCES gym

                                    Tickets to the dance are $10 per person and can

                                    be purchased Wednesday through Friday at lunch




There are plenty of opportunities for fun and school spirit throughout the week. Keep this schedule handy and be sure to get involved in the fun.


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Elijah Hudson, sports writer

Elijah is in his second year on Parnassus staff and is loving every second he can be around his colleagues. He has finally reached the upperclassmen threshold...

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Homecoming week full of activities