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The reason homecoming is so early this year

Courtesy of Oklahoma Uniersity

Courtesy of Oklahoma Uniersity

Courtesy of Oklahoma Uniersity

Isabella Wilson, Editor-In-Chief

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With homecoming beginning the second week of school, all students feel the rush to be involved at school.

“We can’t have a homecoming game on the same night at the PC vs. PN game, or at the Last Night Under the Lights, so that left this week for Homecoming,” senior Ashwin Kumar said.

Though early, there has not been a lack of participation from students in the dress-up days, nor the float building activities.

“It’s a blast to see the school come together and have fun no matter what time of the year it is,” junior Brady Mills said.

Despite the rush, all StuCo members highly encourage their peers to participate as much as they can.

“It’s never too late to get involved,” Mills said. “It is so much more fun to do activities with your school and community than to sit around moping.”

The homecoming parade starts at 6 p.m. at the soccer fields, and ends at McCamley Field. The homecoming game will follow, beginning at 7 p.m. Afterwhich, students are encouraged to attend the homecoming dance, so long as they have a ride by 11 p.m.

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The reason homecoming is so early this year