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Homecoming week brings back annual festivites

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Terror at Twilight is on September 16, 2017 in the big gym from 7 PM to 10 PM.

Terror at Twilight is on September 16, 2017 in the big gym from 7 PM to 10 PM.

Loralli Johnson

Loralli Johnson

Terror at Twilight is on September 16, 2017 in the big gym from 7 PM to 10 PM.

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The well anticipated twilight zone themed homecoming dance is quick to arrive and STUGO is in preparation for it to take place later this month. “Terror at Twilight” will be a unique twist on the homecoming dance creating an enjoyable night for the students and their friends.

This years theme did not have any direct inspiration like those in previous years. After solidifying the theme with administration, STUGO was on their way with planning for this event and everything that goes along with it. While student government plans the entire night and days leading up, it really is up to the student body to make it great.

“It’s what the students put in. STUGO will try their hardest but comes down to the student body,” Assembly committee member Caleb Glenn said. “Participate in spirit week. Go all out.”

Homecoming week is full of festivities leading up the the dance. At this years carnival, over 30 clubs will have booths along with the FCA dunk tank and the drama club’s haunted house. In previous years, tickets were the main source when participating in any activity and the clubs would profit from that. STUGO had consistently lost money, so the student body president Hannah Bashford along with Soelberg came up with a way to combat that issue.

“We are going to have wristbands which the money goes straight to us,” Soelberg said, “and then if people want do anything else, like the haunted house, you buy a separate ticket for that.”

The carnival is Sept. 14 in the courtyard from 4 PM until 8 PM. Each wristband will cost $10 and tickets will cost $1 per ticket or $20 for 25 tickets.

The day before homecoming, it will be an assembly schedule on the even block day. This assembly will be another themed assembly like in previous years. Homecoming is the current talk around school and STUGO will be sure to provide a night to remember.

“This is my final year going to homecoming, so i’m looking forward to the whole experience,” Senior Rylee Robbins said. “I’m sure it will be the best year yet.”

Spirit week will begin Sept. 11 and is yet to be announced. Homecoming will take place Saturday, Sept. 16 in the gym from 7 PM to 10 PM. Tickets are $25 with activity card, $30 without, and $35 at the door.

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