Enterprise High School homecoming goes under the big top

The 2018 Enterprise High School Homecoming Court attendants are, from the left, Peyton Hooks, Makayla Thomas, Savannah Long, Corinna Jones, Ruby Maghoney and Summer Parker.

Enterprise High School is celebrating homecoming from Sept. 10-15 this year.

Every day will come with a new dress up theme for the students. The days are as follows:  Monday is “Character Day,” Tuesday is “Tacky Tuesday,” Wednesday is “Career Day,” Thursday is “Decade Day” and Friday is “Class Distinction.”

On this day, students will dress up in different outfits depending on their class, which will also coordinate with different salad dressing types.

Freshman will wear blue and white for house salad dressing, sophomores Western for ranch style, juniors wearing Hawaiian for thousand island and seniors togas for Caesar style.

The six students representing this year’s homecoming court are freshman attendant Peyton Hooks, sophomore attendant Makayla Thomas, junior attendant Savannah Long and senior attendants Corinna Jones, Ruby Maghoney and Summer Parker.

“We are so excited for the 2018 homecoming, and we can’t wait to crown our queen on Friday night,” said English teacher and SGA homecoming sponsor Kirby Wilson.

On Thursday, Sept. 13, EHS will hold a homecoming festival from 5-7 p.m. at the EHS practice fields. The event will include food, games and prizes with wristbands costing $5 to participate. A bonfire pep rally will follow the event.

On Friday, Sept. 14, the school will host a school-wide pep rally at 2:30 p.m. before the queen is crowned and court recognized at 6:30 that evening.

EHS will play Smiths Station at 7 p.m.

A homecoming dance will be held the following night at 7 p.m. in the EHS lunchroom with the theme “A Night Under the Big Top.”

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