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Homecoming has been postponed until Oct. 12-17, 2020

 

Homecoming 2020: “Everything but the Kitchen Sink”
 

All Week events:

  • Scavenger Hunt info handed out during homeroom Monday and due Thursday 12:30 pm
  • Support a Cause runs Monday through Thursday 3:00 pm

Monday, October 12

  • Theme: Quarantine Day
  • Daily Lunch Competition: Teacher Trivia (11:55 in the gym)
  • Best Dressed contestants report to lobby after lunch competition (Judges: Mr. Prusinski, Mrs. Wieland, Mrs. Fleischmann)

Tuesday, October 13

  • Theme: Decade Day (Seniors 80s, Juniors 70s, Sophomores 2020s, Freshmen 500 BC, Teachers 50s & 60s)
  • Daily Lunch Competition: Mini-Medallion Hunt (8:30 outside)
  • Best Dressed contestants report to lobby after lunch competition (Judges: Mr. Prusinski, Mrs. Wieland, Mrs. Fleischmann)

Wednesday, October 14

  • Theme: Support a Cause Day (Freshmen: Tomah VA Medical Center, Sophomores: St. Vincent de Paul Pantry, Juniors: Marshfield Medical Center Child Life Team & Pediatric Cancer Care Program, Seniors: Clark County Humane Society, Faculty and Staff: Cattail Cottage)
  • Daily Lunch Competition: Family Feud (11:55 in the gym)
  • Best Dressed contestants report to lobby after lunch competition (Judges: Mr. Prusinski, Mrs. Wieland, Mrs. Fleischmann)

Thursday, October 15

  • Theme: Sports Fan Day
  • Daily Lunch Competition: Thor’s Hammer Throw (11:55 outside)
  • Best Dressed contestants report to lobby after lunch competition (Judges: Mr. Prusinski, Mrs. Wieland, Mrs. Fleischmann)
  • Deadline 3:00 pm for scavenger hunt

Friday, October 16

  • Neither Band nor Choir meets
  • Senior class breakfast is taking place off campus this year
  • 7:10 Friday fun day helpers report to Mr. Krasselt: Sammy Neville, Cole Noreen, Brock Bennington, Sam Wilczek
  • 7:40 School starts—all students report to homeroom for the following:  1) Attendance; 2) pep rally rules; 3) no cleats
  • 8:00 Students report to gym for instructions
  • 8:15 Flag football tournament back field:  Seniors vs. Freshmen; Juniors vs. Sophomores; Loser vs. Loser; Winner vs. Winner
  • 9:30 Ultimate Frisbee tournament back field:  Seniors vs. Freshmen; Juniors vs. Sophomores; Loser vs. Loser; Winner vs. Winner
  • 10:45 Kickball tournament back field:  Seniors vs. Freshmen; Juniors vs. Sophomores; Loser vs. Loser; Winner vs. Winner
  • 11:30 Corn Hole Tournament
  • 12:30-1:35 Lunch with homeroom
  • 1:45-2:30 Pep rally outside 
  • 2:30-2:45 Pep rally done and clean up, then dismissal
  • Freshmen are responsible for sweeping the hallways after the day is done.

Saturday, October 17

  • Saturday activities have been cancelled.

 

Theme Days

Regular dress code required for students not participating in theme days.  Any student wearing an inappropriate outfit will be subject to discipline and will lose points for his/her class!

Monday, 9/28: Quarantine

Stuck at home again?! At least we can be comfy!  Dress as though you aren’t planning to leave the house for a while.  If you have questions about what is okay to wear—see Mrs. V prior to Monday.

Tuesday, 9/29: Decade Day

Be a blast from the past and dress to impress in your class’s selected era!  If you have questions about what is okay to wear—see Mrs. V prior to Tuesday.

  • Seniors: 80s
  • Juniors: 70s
  • Sophomores: 2020s
  • Freshmen: 500 BC (Greece)

Wednesday, 9/30: Support a Cause Day

Take a Stand and Lend a Hand!  If you have questions about what is okay—see Mrs. V prior to Wednesday.

  • Seniors: Clark County Humane Society (dress as pets)
  • Juniors: Marshfield Medical Center Child Life Team & Pediatric Cancer Care Program  (dress in specific colors to support children battling disease/living with conditions)
  • Sophomores: St. Vincent de Paul Food Pantry (dress as food)
  • Freshmen: Tomah VA Medical Center (dress patriotically, or as military or heroes)

Thursday, 10/1: Sports Fans Day

Go all out to support your favorite team!  If you have questions about what is okay—see Mrs. V prior to Thursday.

 

Friday, 10/2: Color Day

Seniors=BLUE Juniors=RED Sophomores=GREEN Freshmen=YELLOW
Keep in mind that the general guidelines for dress must be followed.  If you have questions about what is okay—see Mrs. V prior to Friday.  Be Creative—But ALWAYS Appropriate!

Homecoming Week Dress Up Guidelines:

There will be no class participation points, but if a student is not appropriately dressed in the theme or in regular dress code, then points will be deducted from that student’s class.

  1. Clothing must be of reasonable and modest length to accommodate your body. This includes, but is not limited to the following:
    • If shorts and skirts do not meet regular dress code length requirement, LEGGINGS must be worn underneath ( TIGHTS ARE NOT LEGGINGS )
    • Tops must meet regular dress code length and coverage requirements
  2. Clothing must be all of the following:
    • Neat
    • Clean
    • No rips or tears
  3. Your face must be clearly recognizable
    • No masks
    • No hoods over face
    • No hats that cover face
    • Face paint may cover only 50% or less of your face
  4. Outfit accessories must remain on the body.
  5. Avoid anything and everything deemed inappropriate.

BEST ADVICE:  If you aren’t sure, ask before you wear it!  Direct questions to Mrs. Volkman.

 

Daily Best Dressed Competition

Daily, each class nominates a best-dressed boy & girl.  Nominees must be present & dressed up all day.  Students are judged against other classes’ nominees.  The best-dressed boy & girl in the school will each earn 10 points for his/her class.

  • Be Creative
  • Be Appropriate
  • Follow all dress up guidelines

The Best Dressed nominees from each class should report to the office for judging right after the daily lunch competition Monday-Thursday.

Only one boy and one girl from each class may compete.  Contestants must be on time in order to be judged, if not, that class forfeits that day.


More Information

Homecoming Week Lunch Competitions - UPDATED 
Freshmen Cause 
Sophomore Cause 
Junior Cause & Color Key for Theme Day 
Senior Cause