Homecoming Spirit Week begins on Monday, October 7! Dress-down buttons will be sold by the cafeteria doors Monday morning. Buttons are $8.00 and entitle the wearer to dress down for the whole week. Buttons must be worn on the chest area of your shirt every day. At the end of the day, put your dress-down button in your backpack so you don’t forget it the next morning; if you lose it, you will have to buy another one to dress down.
If a student does not have any of these theme shirts, he should wear a Hawaiian Homecoming t-shirt shirt or a Br. Rice t-shirt. Please be advised: hoodies, sleeveless shirts, camouflage, shirts with alcohol, tobacco or inappropriate slogans, shorts, pajama pants, sandals, slippers, or costumes are not allowed on dress-down days. Please know that dress-down days are optional; if you choose not to dress-down, you should wear regular school day attire.
Monday, October 7 – Hawaiian Shirt Day – wear a Hawaiian shirt. Lunch activity – inflatable hoops and the obstacle course in the cafeteria courtyard.
Tuesday, October 8 – “Aloha from My Grade School” Day – dress to represent your grammar school. Lunch activity – inflatable hoops and the obstacle course in the cafeteria courtyard.
Wednesday, October 9 – Favorite Vacation Place Day – wear a shirt to represent a vacation place. Lunch activity – bouncy boxing and the rock climbing slide in the cafeteria courtyard.
Thursday, October 10 – Water Sport Day – wear a shirt that represents a water sport. Lunch activity – bouncy boxing and the rock climbing slide in the cafeteria courtyard.
Friday, October 11 – Crusader Crazy Orange Day – wear Crusader Crazy orange. Pep rally in the Main Gym.
Saturday, October 12 – Homecoming Dance – begins at 7:00 P.M. – Students must turn in a PINK signed attendance contract along with the $40 fee to Mrs. Marley in the Dean’s Office; contracts are located by the door of the Student Activities office (in the Pilon Center) and at the Dean’s Office.