2014-10-02 / Front Page

Tigers in pajamas signal the start of Homecoming Week



Students at W-WCHS kicked off Homecoming Week with Pajama Day Monday, a favorite part of Spirit Week leading to Friday’s homecoming game against Greene County. On Thursday afternoon, students and community groups will march in the homecoming parade which starts at 6 p.m. from The Pope Center to Tiger Stadium. “This year’s parade promises to be bigger and better than last year’s and the community is invited to help cheer the participants as they travel through town towards Tiger Stadium,” the student council’s Tyler Moon said. At Tiger Stadium, students will hold a community-wide bonfire and pep rally and the crowning of the 2014 Homecoming King. At the game Friday evening, halftime will see the recognition of the 2014 Miss Tiger and the presentation of the 2014 Homecoming Court. Two princesses were chosen from each class and four young ladies will represent the senior class, one of whom will be crowned Homecoming Queen. Students at W-WCHS kicked off Homecoming Week with Pajama Day Monday, a favorite part of Spirit Week leading to Friday’s homecoming game against Greene County. On Thursday afternoon, students and community groups will march in the homecoming parade which starts at 6 p.m. from The Pope Center to Tiger Stadium. “This year’s parade promises to be bigger and better than last year’s and the community is invited to help cheer the participants as they travel through town towards Tiger Stadium,” the student council’s Tyler Moon said. At Tiger Stadium, students will hold a community-wide bonfire and pep rally and the crowning of the 2014 Homecoming King. At the game Friday evening, halftime will see the recognition of the 2014 Miss Tiger and the presentation of the 2014 Homecoming Court. Two princesses were chosen from each class and four young ladies will represent the senior class, one of whom will be crowned Homecoming Queen.

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