Home-coming soon


Jada Sandvall

2022 Homecoming court. Back row: Gabe Gutierrez, Elliott Renville, Fisher Meyerink, Cole Capaldo and Sam Vondra. Front row: Katie Jensen, Leah Bosler, Ella Ratliff, Jennifer Noutsougan and Sophie Siegel.

Ella DuBois, Staff Writer

The annual Homecoming tradition is getting ready to kick off on Oct. 3. There are many plans throughout the following week to increase school spirit.
Every year at LHS we celebrate the special week with dress up days. This year’s dress up days are: Minion Monday, Adam Sandler/Dad Day Tuesday, Western Wednesday, Preppy Thursday and School Spirit day Friday.
On Monday, Oct. 3, the student council is setting up an all school volleyball tournament at 7 p.m. in the main gym. It will be $5 per person to play, and all proceeds go to the Special Olympics. So, get a team together and get ready to play. The winner of the tournament will play against teachers at the pep rally on Friday.
The crowning of the Homecoming king and queen will be held on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The 2022 royalty candidates are: Katie Jensen, Sophie Siegel, Ella Ratliff, Jennifer Noutsougan, Leah Bosler, Elliott Renville, Gabe Gutierrez, Sam Vondra, Cole Capaldo and Fisher Meyerink. After the royalty are crowned, there will be a variety show at 8 p.m., where students audition to be placed to perform their amazing talents. Admission to the variety show is $5.
On Friday Oct. 7, classes will be shortened in the morning for a long day of entertainment. The school will provide pizza for all students and outdoor games will be played during lunch. Students will also be able to see the variety show for free that day. Before the day is over, all classes will meet in the gym for the pep rally to let out all the crazyschool spirit. The annual spirit stick will be given to the loudest class. After the pep rally, come to the football game at Howard Wood Field at 5 p.m. against the Brandon Valley Lynx. After the game, the student council is hosting the Patriot Party at LHS from 8 p.m.-11 p.m., there will be Mario Kart, basketball, Gaga ball, bean bags, Just Dance and other fun games. There will also be a non-formal dance for students that are interested in showing their moves on the dance floor. Admission is $5.
All students are encouraged to participate in the Homecoming activities. Come and spread your school spirit throughout the remarkable week.