Homecoming Schedule (92409)

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					Homecoming Schedule (9/28/09) Folks, Homecoming/Spirit Week is scheduled for October 5 to 8 this year. The activities on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (Mr. Legs, Class Sculpture, and Jeopardy) are scheduled during Homeroom/break and after school; Volleyball and Floor Hockey will happen during Homeroom and morning break on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; Thursday's assembly activities will take place in the Main Gym during a fourth-period assembly (Whip Cream Pie Bubble-Gum Blowing Contest, Egg Toss and Catch, Faculty Caricature, Arm Wrestling, Egg Toss and Catch, Lip Sync, Battle of the Bands, and "Fashion Show” Relay Races). Class advisors, please become familiar with the rules are and figure out how you will have students sign-up for the various activities. Spirit week mentors and student councilors, please note when your activity is scheduled. If you have any questions or concerns, please email them to me by responding Reply Sender. Thanks. If you need to contact anyone about spirit week, below is a list of faculty and students and their responsibilities during this fun-filled extravaganza. Activity Mentors: Mr. Legs: Bill Anderson, the Resource Room Staff, Kyle Monahan, Lianne McCluskey Floor Hockey: Bill O’Brien, Chris Walker-Spencer, Maddy Smeaton, and Tyler McFarland Volleyball: Harry Read, Bill Hibbard, Rhett Chase and Miles Hopkins. Class Sculpture: Suzanne Southworth, Maddy Smeaton, and Kyle Monahan Jeopardy: Bill Curtis and Kayla Hart Mental Math Contest: Mr. McKenzie Arm Wrestling: David Bowman, Dwight Collins, Tristan Grant, and Miles Hopkins Whip Cream Pie Bubble-Gum Blowing Contest: Macy Jones, Eben Kopp, and Todd Williams Faculty Caricature: Suzanne Southworth, Cindy Allen, and Noah Kopp Lip Sync and Battle of the Bands: Rick Ash, Junior and Senior Student Council Reps Egg Toss and Catch: Don Mann, Mary Caitlin Parks, and Courtney Clossey Fashion Show Relay Race: Chris Walker-Spencer, Tyler McFarland, Chloe Geffken, and Andy Schlebecker Class Advisors: Freshmen: Tom Gray and Carloyn Brown Sophomores: Angie Carlsen and Margo Murphy Juniors: Jane Self and PK Seniors: Sheila Caldwell and Doreen Duke Please let me know ASAP if any of the information listed here is incorrect.

Scoring: Each first place team or individual will score seven points for their class; second place team or individual will score five points; third place team or individual three points; fourth place team or individual one point. This scoring system applies to all activities. Hopefully, we will be able to locate a bulletin board so that results can be posted daily.

Monday 10/5: 1. Hat Day: Homeroom Teachers, please count how many students are wearing hats. Teachers are to use their best judgment as to what represents a hat. Homeroom teachers are to use their best judgment as to what represents a hat. Please email Mr. Doubleday the number of students in your homeroom who are wearing hats no later than the end of third period on Wednesday. Please note whether the students in your Homeroom are freshmen, sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Thanks. 2. Mr. Legs (Faculty Mentor: Bill Anderson; Student Councilor: Kyle Monahan and Lianne McCluskey) Places: Pictures will be taken in the Resource Room; cans will be kept in the Main Office Time: Morning Break Teams: One boy from each class will have a picture of his legs taken during Morning Break and/or Homeroom. The pictures will be attached to coffee cans which will be in the Main Office from Monday to 2:15 on Thursday. Pennies deposited in the cans count for the class; silver and dollars count against the class. The proceeds (if any) from Mr. Legs (after paying for the winning class's Make-Your-Own Sundae on Tuesday, April 29th) will go to the individual classes. 3. Class Sculpture (Class Advisors and Faculty Mentors: Suzanne Southworth; Student Councilor: Noah Kopp) Place: Mrs. Southworth will meet with class advisors and students from each class after school on Monday in her Art Room to present guidelines and the theme of the sculpture. Time: Students may work on the class sculpture at any appropriate time and place during the week. Class Advisors will determine the appropriateness of time and place. The sculpture must be finished by the beginning of the Second Period School Assembly on Friday, 4/18. Teams: As many as want to work on the project—one sculpture per class. Rules: 1. The sculpture must be portable (no more than six feet high by six feet wide by six feet long)--it needs to be able to get in and out of the Main Gym. 2. It must be appropriate--not offensive to any member of the school community. 3. Each class is responsible for finding a place to store the sculpture during the week, Monday to Thursday. 4. Each class is responsible for properly disposing of the sculpture after the assembly on Friday. 5. Any other guidelines Mrs. Southworth, Mr. Doubleday, and/or the Class Advisors see fit will apply. 4. Floor Hockey (Faculty Mentors Bill O’Brien and Chris Walker-Spencer; Student Councilors: Maddy Smeaton and Tyler McFarland) Place: Main Gym Time: During Morning Break

Teams: Monday: Freshman vs Sophs and Juniors vs Seniors Tuesday: Championship and Consolation Games Rules: 1. Two of each gender must be on the floor at all times. Students should wear light colored shirts. 2. All other floor hockey rules apply. 3. A limit of ten students on each team--five girls and five boys. Tuesday 10/6: 1. Pajama Day: Homeroom Teachers, please count how many students are wearing pajamas (tops and/or bottoms) today. Homeroom teachers are to use their best judgment as to what represents pajamas. Please email Mr. Doubleday the number of students in your homeroom who are wearing pajamas no later than the end of third period on Wednesday. Please note whether the students in your Homeroom are freshmen, sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Thanks. 2. Floor Hockey Championship Game (Faculty Mentors Bill O’Brien and Chris WalkerSpencer; Student Councilors: Maddy Smeaton and Tyler McFarland) Place: Main Gym Time: During Morning Break Teams: Winners of Monday's games 3. Floor Hockey Consolation Game (Faculty Mentors Bill O’Brien and Chris Walker-Spencer; Student Councilors: Tyler McFarland and Maddy Smeaton) Place: Main Gym Time: During Morning Break Teams: Losers of Monday's games 4. Lip Sync and Battle of the Band Screening Sessions Place: Room 222 Time: 2:30 Each class’s Lip Sync and Band act must be previewed by David Doubleday, Student Councilors, and Class Advisors for appropriateness after school in the Room 222 on Tuesday. In order to keep the assembly moving, each class’s Lip Sync act must take no longer than three (3) minutes to perform, and each class’s Band act must take no longer than three (3) minutes to set up and five (5) minutes to perform. Once a class’s Lip Sync and Band act has been established, previewed, and approved by David Doubleday, Student Councilors, and Class Advisors, it cannot be changed or altered during the Spirit Week assembly on Thursday. Any performance that is changed or altered during Thursday’s assembly will be disqualified. No equipment should leave the music rooms with Nancy Rowe’s permission. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact David Doubleday. Wednesday 10/7: 1. Pirate Day: Homeroom Teachers, please count how many students are wearing attire befitting a pirate today. Homeroom teachers are to use their best judgment as to what represents pirate gears. Please email Mr. Doubleday the number of students in your homeroom who are wearing pirate gear no later than the end of third period on Wednesday. Please note whether the students in your Homeroom are freshmen, sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Thanks.

2. Volleyball (Faculty Mentor: Bill Hibbard and Harry Read; Student Councilors: Rhett Chase and Miles Hopkins) Place: Main Gym Time: During Morning Break Teams: Freshman vs Sophs and Juniors vs Seniors Rules: 1. Six players on the floor per team. 2. Two of each gender must be on the floor at all times. 3. A limit of ten students on each team--five girls and five boys. 4. Jeopardy (Faculty Mentors: Bill Curtis; Student Councilor: Kayla Hart) Place: Room 220 Time: After school Teams: One girl and one boy from each class, plus alternates. 5. Mental Math Contest (Faculty Mentor: Bruce McKenzie)
Place: Room 218 Time: Morning Break on Wednesday Teams: Three students per grade

Thursday 10/8: 1. Red-White, Face-Painting, and School-Spirit Day: First-period teachers, please count how many students are wearing articles of red clothing today. First-period teachers are to use their best judgment as to what represents an article of red and white clothing or other expressions of school spirit. Please email Mr. Doubleday the number of students in your first period who are wearing expressions of school spirit no later than the end of first period on Friday. Please note whether the students in your first period are freshmen, sophomores, juniors, or seniors. Thanks. . 2. Volleyball Championship Game (Faculty Mentor: Bill Hibbard and Harry Read; Student Councilors: Miles Hopkins, and Rhett Chase) Place: Main Gym Time: During Morning Break Teams: Winners of Wednesday's games 3. Volleyball Consolation Game (Faculty Mentor: Bill Hibbard and Harry Read; Student Councilors: Miles Hopkins, and Rhett Chase) Place: Main Gym Time: During Morning Break Teams: Losers of Wednesday's games 4. Faculty Caricature Drawing (Faculty Mentors: Suzanne Southworth and Cindy Allen; Student Councilors: Noah Kopp) Place: Main Gym Time: During the Assembly (12:55-1:15) Teams: One student from each class who will draw a caricature of a member of the faculty.

5. Blowing Whip-Cream Pie Bubble-Gum Contest (Faculty Mentor: Todd Williams; Student Councilors: Macy Jones and Eben Kopp) Place: Main Gym Time: During the Assembly (12:55-1:10) Teams: One girl and one boy from each class, plus alternates. 6. Egg Toss and Catch Contest (Faculty Mentor: Mr. Mann: Student Councilors Mary Caitlin Parks and Courtney Clossey:) Place: Main Gym Time: During the Assembly (12:55-1:10) Teams: One girl and one boy from each class, plus alternates. 7. Arm Wrestling (Faculty Mentor: Mr. Kelly and Mr. Collins; Student Councilor: Tristan Grant and Miles Hopkins) Place: Main Gym Time: During the Assembly (12:55-1:10) Teams: One girl and one boy from each class, plus alternates. 8. Lyp Sync (Faculty Mentors: Mr. Ash; Student Councilors: Junior and Senior Student Council Reps) Place: Main Gym Time: During the Assembly (1:10-1-25) Teams: One student or group of student representing each class. Rules: David Doubleday, Student Councilors, and Class Advisors must preview each class’s act for appropriateness after school in Room 222 on Tuesday. In order to keep the assembly moving, each act must take no longer than three (3) minutes to perform. No equipment should leave the music rooms without Nancy Rowe’s permission. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact David Doubleday or a junior/senior member of the student council. 9. Battle of the Bands (Faculty Mentors: Mr. Ash; Student Councilors: Junior and Senior Student Council Reps) Place: Main Gym Time: During the Assembly (1:25-1:55) Teams: One student or group of student representing each class. Rules: David Doubleday, Student Councilors, and Class Advisors must preview each class’s act for appropriateness after school in Room 222 on Tuesday. In order to keep the assembly moving, each act must take no longer than three (3) minutes to set up and five (5) minutes to perform. No equipment should leave the music rooms without Nancy Rowe’s permission. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact David Doubleday or a junior/senior member of the student council.

MC’s announce Boys and Girls Soccer, Field Hockey, Cross, Country, Football, and Mountain Bike Teams whiles Bands are setting up.

10. Class Sculptures (Faculty Mentor: Suzanne Southworth; student councilor: Maddy Smeaton and Kyle Monahan) Place: Main Gym Time: The sculpture will be displayed during the Assembly. Rules: This year’s theme will be determined. Class Advisors must preview the sculpture for appropriateness. 11. Fashion Show Relay Race (Faculty Mentor: Chris Walker-Spencer; Student Councilors: Tyler McFarland, Chloe Geffken, and Andy Schlebecker) Place: Main Gym Time During Period Two Assembly (1:55-2:05) Teams: Two boys dressed up as girls and two girls dressed as boys from each class, plus alternates. Class Advisors must preview and approve of the "fashions" for this show. They can be outrageous but should not be offensive. Students will run a relay race in the gym. Winners will be determined by place of finish and their demonstrated ability to accessorize. The Faculty Mentors may add and/or change "rules" as they see fit. 12. Points are tabulated and winners are announced. (2:05-2:10)


				
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