Howell High takes on Homecoming Week

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Students have the opportunity to show their school spirit this week as Howell High celebrates their annual Homecoming celebration.

Get into the spirit with this years Homecoming spirit week. Monday is camo day, Tuesday is hawaiian day, Wednesday is color day: freshman are green, sophomores are gold, juniors are white and seniors are black. Thursday is decades day: freshman are ‘50s, sophomores are ‘80s, juniors are ‘60s and seniors are ‘70s.  Finally, Friday is green and gold day.

Following the spirit days is the annual Howell Homecoming Parade at 5 p.m. in downtown Howell. Come see each class walk in the parade carrying their class banners.

Saturday, October 1st, the 9th-12th graders will gather in the Howell High School Field House from 7-10 p.m. for a night of dancing at this year’s Glow-in-the-Dark Homecoming Dance. Tickets will be on sale at all lunches for $15 and $25 at the door.

“As a senior I am excited for my last homecoming and to make memories before I leave for college,” senior Savannah Schick says.

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