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MIHS Homecoming festivities to include parade, dance

Mount Ida High School will host Homecoming this Friday with a week of activities planned to celebrate the event.

Students are observing Spirit Week leading up to Homecoming. Students will dress to a different theme each day through Friday.

The MIHS Student Council will host a homecoming parade Friday, October 7, at 1:30 p.m.

The parade will feature the Homecoming Court, band, and several other sports, clubs, classes, and businesses. Suggested spectating areas are the Farmers Bank Parking Lot and the Mount Ida Methodist Church Parking Lot. Community members are encouraged to attend and local businesses can participate in the parade if they would like.

If you are a business that wants to participate please click this link to find more information: https://docs.google.com/…/1BOcxCo7WAUPJ19ZTAhlw…/edit…

The MIHS Student Council will also host a Homecoming Dance Saturday, October 8 from 6-9 p.m. The dance will be open to students in grades 9-12. It will be held in the HPER Gym. The suggested dress code is semi-formal.

If a student would like to bring a guest they will need to pick up a form from the High School office and must return it by October 5, 2022 for the Principal to review.

There will be a dance for the 7th and 8th graders held on November 5, more information will come in the next few weeks.

Gracia Huitt will be crowned 2022 MIHS Homecoming Queen at 5:30 p.m. at Preston Stidman Field before the Mount Ida vs Lafayette County Football Game. Brianna Hamilton was selected as Senior Maid, Paxton Spier as Junior Maid, Ava Williams as Sophomore Maid and Ally Young as Freshman Maid.

Senior members of the Cheer Squad and Band will also be recognized during Homecoming.

For more information on homecoming visit Mount Ida High School Facebook page.

 

 

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