October 7, 2016
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Homecoming is a popular event that many Paradise Valley High School students look forward to. With spirit week, a football game, and then the big dance, homecoming is one of the largest events of the school year. This year’s homecoming theme is Arabian Night and the dance will be held on October 29.
The week leading up to the dance is known as spirit week. Junior Devon Nichols said, “Spirit week is a great way for students to get involved and show their school spirit.” Each day of the week has a different theme that students can dress up for. Devon Nichols also said, “My favorite spirit day is sports day because I like wearing all my Seattle Seahawks stuff.”
Another big part of homecoming week is the football game. Senior Shelby Tomasello said, “The homecoming game usually has one of the biggest students sections of the year which makes the game fun.” This year’s game will be on Friday, October 28. The Trojans will take on their rivals, the North Canyon Rattlers.
The highlight of the week is the homecoming dance. It is a night PVHS students to dress up and have fun with their friends. Student body president, Brady Tavrytzky said, “Homecoming is a place where students can show up and dance the night away and make lifetime memories. During my freshman year homecoming I met some of the friends I still have today.” The dance is for everybody. Brady Tavrytzky went on to say, “Homecoming is about coming together as a school to have the night of your life.”
Come together and make lifetime memories on October 29. The dance will be held in the Paradise Valley gym. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased in the bookstore.