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Paris High School Homecoming

 

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Homecoming is an exciting time for school spirit and fun for the Paris Wildcats. Please help celebrate Homecoming Spirit Week: “Wildcats in Wonderland.”

Monday is “We’re All Mad Here” and students wear hats for Mad Hatter Hat Day. On “Tweedle Tuesday,” students dress like a twin or like Tweedledum and Tweedledee. Favorite Walt Disney characters will be the dress on “Walt Disney Wednesday.” Then Thursday, it’s “Do You Suppose She’s a Wildflower?” so wear in late 60’s to early 70’s Flower Power! Friday, students, will show they are “Wildcats in Wonderland” and dress in spirit shirts.

Presentation of the Distinguished Graduate Awards are in the PHS Commons Area starting at 1:30 p.m. on Friday followed by a viewing of the Wall of Honor. Awardees include Dr. Larry “T-Byrd” Gordon/Posthumous (Class of 1967), Thomas S. Moore (Class of 1958), Lewis “Jackrabbit” Smith (Gibbons High School Class of 1941), and Dr. Charles Sterling (Class of 1963).

The 2016 Homecoming Queen and King nominees introductions are during the pep rally which begins Friday at 3:00 p.m. in the PHS gymnasium. Queen candidates are Makayla Brown, Tieren Gates, Jasmine Gill, Allie Beth Gottshalk, and Dextiny Patrick. King nominees are Ja’Kerion Brown, Dixon Grossnickle, Corion Hill, Adryan McGuire, and JT Robinson. The announcement of the 2016 Homecoming King is during the pep rally, and the announcement of the Queen is during pregame ceremonies at 7:00 p.m.

The parade follows the pep rally, and the route begins downtown in Market Square at 4:00 p.m. Extra vehicles will not be allowed to park near the Farmers Market staging area. The procession will turn east onto West Sherman, then north on South Main, East on Clarksville Street, north on 3rd SE (in front of First United Methodist Church) for one block, west on Lamar Avenue to the west side of downtown plaza, south on 1st SW and return to the Farmers Market area. To enter the parade, contact Student Council Sponsor Danielle Chesshire at danielle.chesshire@parisisd.net by noon Tuesday, Sept. 13 for parade instructions.

Later that evening, PHS hosts Pittsburg for the homecoming game. Individual game night activities include:

– Homecoming Queen Coronation in Wildcat Stadium beginning at 7 p.m.

– PHS alumni honored with a particular recognition to: Class of 1986 – 30th Reunion and Class of 1991 – 25th Reunion

– The varsity football game vs. Pittsburg kicks off at 7:30 p.m.