Homecoming took place at Clinton High School on October 7, 2022.
At CHS, representatives from all classes run to support their favorite club, sport, or grade level. Students raise money by collecting donations and selling items to their friends and family. The student from each class who raises the most money will be crowned.
Freshman princess was Emily Silcox, sophomore princess was Sadie Haney, junior princess was Bree McKamey, and senior queen was Brooklyn Blisard.
Blisard said, “My favorite part was being able to help out my sports teams for the next season. Also, I loved getting crowned.”
Homecoming is exciting not just for those running on Homecoming Court, but all students. Clinton High School celebrates homecoming with “Spirit Week.”
Each day has a new theme to encourage students’ school spirit.
Spirit Days consisted of Adam Sandler Day, Decades Day, Anything but a Backpack Day, and Color War.
Friday, students from each class wore a different school color to see who would win. Homecoming Week is loved by all students, and a great way to boost morale.