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Homecoming traditions continue at BHS

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freshmen Zoey LaTessa, sophomore Brooklyn Chase, freshmen Madison Burrows and freshmen Chralize Barth are dressed up for fashion disaster

freshmen Zoey LaTessa, sophomore Brooklyn Chase, freshmen Madison Burrows and freshmen Chralize Barth are dressed up for fashion disaster

freshmen Zoey LaTessa, sophomore Brooklyn Chase, freshmen Madison Burrows and freshmen Chralize Barth are dressed up for fashion disaster

Alyson Durand

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Homecoming is a tradition in many high schools around the country and can be an amazing time for many students. Homecoming at Baldwin High School is filled with crazy themes, football, bonding and dancing.

“Homecoming means a lot to me in my high school career,” sophomore Grace Parker said. “It’s a week full of fun traditions.”

Student Council is in charge of setting up most events in the High school including homecoming.

“I’m on Student Council, so I help with setting up homecoming week,” Parker said. “I’m also on the assembly committee, so I helped come up with ideas for the pep rally and ran the music and such.”

For homecoming week every day there is a different theme to wear to school.

“Coming up with the themes for each day is pretty easy” Parker said. “All the officers of each grade level help choose which theme for each day, like fashion disaster, twin day, and color clash.”

The homecoming football game was before the homecoming dance on Friday.

“Playing the homecoming game is a little different then every other week,” senior Jake Grossner said. “We are all a bit more nervous, but even a little more pumped, because of course everyone wants us to win the homecoming game.”

The Bulldogs won the homecoming football game against Eudora, 28-6. Everyone was hyped that the dogs won. So, the students celebrated at the dance by dancing their hearts out.

“My favorite homecoming tradition would probably be the dance,” Grossner said. “I just kind of wish it was formal and on a Saturday, so the football boys aren’t so tired.”

Many people love participating in all the themes each day.

“My first homecoming week was awesome, it was very exciting to see all the different ideas people came up with for each theme every day,” freshmen Jordan Jackson said. “I’m really glad i get to participate finally, I’ve been waiting for spirit weeks forever, definitely my favorite tradition.”

 

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