The Constitution

Changing Homecoming

Andrew+and+Shanelle%2C+both+seniors%2C+making+their+debut+on+the+homecoming+stage.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Changing Homecoming

Andrew and Shanelle, both seniors, making their debut on the homecoming stage.

Andrew and Shanelle, both seniors, making their debut on the homecoming stage.

Andrew and Shanelle, both seniors, making their debut on the homecoming stage.

Andrew and Shanelle, both seniors, making their debut on the homecoming stage.


Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






This school year, new requirements were made for nominating students for homecoming court. A sign up sheet was made that requested the student’s grade point average and signatures from their assistant principal and  Coach Kelly. This new way of nominating students was created by the senior class.

Before students would make flyers and post them on social media. Adding the new requirements make it easier to know who all was in the running for court. Adding GPA also rewards students for good grades. However, many students weren’t in the running because they didn’t turn in the form.

Many students were also unhappy with the spirit days. The spirit days were chosen between student council during their summer meeting. Kayla Maxwell, senior, said that our spirit days were made to fit our theme and that makes us different than other schools.

A  McCoy, senior, was the homecoming chairperson this year. Her job as chairperson was to make sure everything for homecoming court went smoothly. McCoy was in charge of the homecoming court set design, dress code, and giving out information.  

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




The Student News Site of Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School
Changing Homecoming