LLHS Homecoming 2018 is the week of September 24-29, with a dance the night of September 29. In their class competitions, students will decorate hallways, doors, windows and floats, as well as produce class videos. The classes will center ideas around the chosen Homecoming theme.
The schedule leading up to that weekend includes:
Senior Friend Day | PJ Day | Dodgeball | JV Football game v. LPS 5 pm
Crazy Dress-up Day | Musical Chairs | Soccer at Columbus | Home Volleyball match v. LPS, including “Volley for Hope” fundraising bake sale, raffles and other activities that will raise funds for Tomorrow’s Hope, 4:30 PM
Project Work Day | Powder Puff Football | Boys Volleyball | Talent Show 1:50-3 pm
Decades dress (students dress in styles from assigned class decades) | Handball | Golf Regionals at Sturtevant | JV2 Football at LPS
Dress Warrior Wear | Pep Rally | Downtown parade 5 PM | Alum Zone in East Gym 5:30-7 PM | Football game v. Lake Mills 7 PM | Marching Band Field show & Dance team performance at halftime
9:30 Students may begin to depart.
10:30 The evening ends. All students must be out of the building and picked up at that time or very shortly thereafter.
5:00 For Seniors Only: Doors open. Check in at Atrium.
5:30 For all students: Doors open. Check in at the Atrium doors. (Not at the front office doors)
6:00 Dinner is served.
6:45 Grand March – West Gym
Senior Tribute – East Gym
7:00 Doors are locked. No late arrivals are allowed. No early departures.
10:30 Students may begin to depart.
11:30 The evening ends. All students must be out of the building and picked up at that time or very shortly thereafter.
BEHAVIORAL GUIDELINES for the dance
DRESS CODE for formal and semi-formal dances
For guys, a shirt and tie would be appropriate.
For girls, a dress must meet the following guidelines…
These dress code guidelines also pertain to non-LLHS students who may be attending formal dances as guests. Failure to comply with these guidelines will result in the student/guest not being admitted to the dance.
Did you read the article in the Wall Street Journal, describing high schools around the country requiring students to adhere to a certain level of dress at formal events? You can find that article here.