With the 2017 Homecoming festivities coming to an end, students look back on the pep assembly, court videos, the parade, the floats, the dance, and other annual Spirit Week festivities. Each grade had the opportunity to earn spirit points for dressing up for America day, frat day, holiday day (also senior servant day), class color day, and blue and white day. Each day the high school grades’ points were tallied and the winner was announced at Friday’s football game.
The senior class took home the win for having the most spirit out of all the grades.
“It feels good to win because we normally don’t win anything,” senior PeeJay Delos Santos said.
The senior class took first place in the spirit week activities but took 3rd in the float building competition with their theme of Christmas.
“We’ve lost every year, so I wasn’t really mad,” senior Lindsay Van Daele said.
The juniors got second place in the spirit week festivities and second place in the float competition with their float theme of Thanksgiving.
“I’m pretty happy, but I’m kinda mad cause we got second place two years in a row so it would have been cool to get first,” junior Jaimee Vizina said. Vizina was happy about the float competition. “I am happy we got second place because we worked hard for it,” Vizina said.
The sophomore class took third place in the spirit week festivities but managed to build the best float and got 1st place with their Halloween themed float.
“We did great, we worked as a team, and it was all about having fun,” sophomore William Jacobs said.
Then the freshman struggled in their first homecoming week as high schoolers. They got last place in the spirit week festivities and last place in the float competition with their theme of Halloween.
“I knew it was going to happen from the beginning,” freshman Abigail Rang said.
Hopefully, we can expect more fun activities when Snowcoming rolls around later in the year.