The first category for competition will be dress-up days. Participation will be based on how many dress up in each class versus the total number of students in each class. The planned days are Monday, Color Day; Tuesday, Throwback Tuesday (dress from the past); Wednesday, Multiplicity Day (multiple, matching students); Thursday, #Merica Day (patriotic dress); and Friday, Orange and White Day.
On Mon. evening at 6:30, the classes will compete against one another in Warrior Games, some fun activities scheduled to take place on the football practice field.
Tuesday evening from 6:30-8:30, the classes will be building floats to display in the parade on Friday. The floats will be assembled and stored in the ag/auto complex.
Wednesday after school until 5:00, the classes will create two spirit signs each for display in the gym during the pep rally. One sign should illustrate the grade's chosen theme and the other should show their grade level.
No activities are planned for Thursday as the middle school and JV football players will travel to Como-Pickton for district games starting at 5:00 p.m.
Click here for Friday's revised class schedule.
On Friday, the parade will begin at the high school at 1:15 p.m. It will travel along the playground side of the elementary school to Main Street, make its way around the square at approximately 1:30, and then return to the high school. The pep rally will begin at approximately 2:00 p.m. in the HS gym where the homecoming court will first be presented. The nominees this year are seniors Natalie Ferguson, Jadah Finney, Alex Gibbons, and Raeli Motley.
The Warriors will take on the Como-Pickton Eagles at Warrior Stadium at 7:30 p.m. with the coronation of the queen at half-time.
Following the game until midnight, there will be a celebration with inflatables and refreshments in the MS gym for high school students ONLY. Admission will be $5.