MS Homecoming Week, 2014

October 20 – October 25


The week of Homecoming starts with the completion of grade level banners for the parade. Student Government representatives are given the responsibility of designing their grade’s banner. All students are then given an opportunity to sign up for a date and time to help with this project. All Middle School banners are created on school property at various assigned locations and days from 3:15pm until 4:15pm. Students are responsible for informing parents if they are assisting with this project. Any parent interested in supervising should contact the appropriate grade level coordinator – your help would be greatly appreciated.

7th Grade
Melody Miller, Lisa Crump,

8th Grade
Season Rutecki, Tracey Carter,


Middle School Dress Up Days

Monday, October 20 – ‘Merica (America) Monday – Red, white and blue flags, etc. Wear with jeans or uniform bottoms.
Tuesday, October 21 – Team Tuesday – Favorite College Team – t-shirts, jerseys. Wear with jeans or uniform bottoms.
Wednesday, October 22 – Wacky Wig and Hat Day – Wear a hat or wig and a TFA t-shirt with jeans or uniform bottoms.
Thursday, October 23 – Trendy Sock and Flop Day – Wear your favorite socks and flip flops/slides, a TFA t-shirt or uniform shirt, and jeans or uniform bottoms.
Friday, October 24 – Homecoming Day. Students may wear jeans and a 2014 Homecoming t- shirt, a TFA T-shirt or a uniform shirt.


Friday Schedule

7:55am–12:05am: A-F Periods.
12:05pm-12:40pm: Lunch in Faith Hall
12:45am: Middle School pep rally in the gym. This is our opportunity to celebrate our athletes. Middle School cheerleaders and Sapphires will lead us as we fill the gym with the sounds of music from the band and steel drums as well as cheers from the stands. Parents are invited to join the fun.
1:50pm: Homecoming Parade. Come join the excitement as the floats, banners, and the band
come around Loop Road. Which Middle School banner will win?
2:35pm-3:10pm: G Period

Of course you have to experience the Homecoming football game against Holy Trinity (7:00pm kick-off) and the halftime crowning of our new King and Queen. If you plan on attending, admission to the game is free for students with I.D.’s and $5 for adults.