Homecoming Weekend

Posted on 10/11/2018
Cumberland Valley’s Upcoming Homecoming Weekend
Sydney Manns and Grace Milone
Staff Writers

The Cumberland Valley Student Council and staff have been working hard to plan this year’s upcoming homecoming dance. The annual tradition will take place on October 13 of this year.

The students are looking forward to the music, dancing, and pictures as well as the events leading up to the popular dance, such as the pep rally, football games,
and spirit week.

Spirit Week is a great way to show CV pride. Students go all out and go to the extreme with outfits and accessories. CV’s homecoming is not like other schools which makes it
more even more fun.

“Spirit Week and decorations makes every Homecoming different. Student Council develops dress days and games to play during lunch,” high school student counselor
Eric Landis said.

The feature event of homecoming is the announcement of Homecoming Court and thencrowing of the Homecoming queen.

This years Homecoming court is Tala Auchey, Ava
Bachman, Devarsh Bhavsar, Hannah Dubios, Madeline Gillespie, Katherine Irving, Abigail Roy, Kelly Wood, and Mya Wotring. All the seniors get to take part in choosing
who they want to be on the court.

“On September 25th Seniors will nominate fellow Seniors for the Court. Final voting for Homecoming Queen is done by Seniors during Spirit Week,” Landis said.

Any CV student knows the importance of high school football and the anticipation of the homecoming pep rally. Every year the school hosts the homecoming football game and pep rally.

This football game becomes very intense for most students. Many students get into showing just how much they want CV to win.

“Usually the biggest event is football, and hence, Homecoming is in the fall. CV’s Homecoming is always the second to last home game of the season,” Landis said.

Of course, the dance itself a huge deal for CV. The main purpose of homecoming is to invite alumni back to the campus. All the students (and anyone who was invited from other schools) can have a night they will not forget.

“Tickets are sold during all lunches from October 2-12. The cost is $15,” Landis said.

Come with friends, a date, or even alone. With dancing in the dome and snacks in the cafe, what’s not to love? Take a break from all the school work and have some fun!
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