Pumped up for Paris: Pep Rally

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Pumped up for Paris: Pep Rally

Last year's pep rally was loud and proud.

Last year's pep rally was loud and proud.

Drew Jackson

Last year's pep rally was loud and proud.

Drew Jackson

Drew Jackson

Last year's pep rally was loud and proud.

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Spirit Week has been filled with fun, but even more is in store. Friday during 7th period will be the Pep Rally and Friday night will be the homecoming football game. There are two pep rallies, splitting 7th period in half. For the first pep rally, students should be in the gym by 12:12 and it leave at 12:51.  This pep rally will be for the students who have a 7th period class upstairs and in portables.

Students should go to their 7th period for attendance before going to the pep rally and return to their 7th period teacher’s classroom after the first pep rally.

The second pep rally is for students with downstairs classes and will begin at 12:56 and will end at 1:35. Classes will be shortened to thirty-nine minute periods. During the pep rally, you should expect introductions of cheerleaders, the football team, homecoming court and performances by the cheerleaders, dance team, color guard, etc.
Period 1 7:05-7:47
Period 2 7:53-8:32
Period 3 8:38-9:17
Period 4 9:23-10:02
Period 5 1st Lunch Period 5
10:02-10:32 10:08-10:47
Period 5 2nd Lunch
10:38-11:17 10:47-11:17
Period 6 11:23-12:02
Period 7 12:08-12:51
12:56-1:35

Friday night will be the homecoming football game, beginning at 7:30. Class floats will be driven around the field at half time, the homecoming court will be presented, and the homecoming king and queen will be announced. Students are encouraged to wear class colors and show Warrior Pride.

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