PRINCE AND PRINCESS CANDIDATES… for Hartford High School Homecoming 2017 are (from the left): Front row – Shelby Findlay, Meghan Nelson, LaKayla Wiggins, Destiny Chacon, Lainey Goodson, Karlee Scherer; Back row – Aaron Sinclair, Noah Wade, Corey Arnold, Joel Soto, Jacob Morales and Supawish Siranarakul. This year’s Homecoming Queen and Princess will be crowned during halftime of the football game. The King & Prince will be crowned at the Homecoming Dance following the game.
HHS Homecoming 2017… King and Queen candidates are (from the left): Front row – Olivia Kling, Chasilynn O’Neil, Adriana Davila, Kaylynn Owens, Briana Johnson, Kendall Kling; Back row – Randy Ramirez, Logan Goble, Adam Wheeler, Garrett Brandt, Gar-rod Johnson, Bobby Johnson. The Hartford Indian’s home-coming game is this Friday, October 6 at 7:00 p.m. against the Cassopolis Rangers.
Hartford High School celebrates Homecoming this week
Hartford’s Homecoming will take place this Friday, October 6, 2017 against the Cassopolis Rangers. Much preparation has gone into celebrating this event. This year’s theme is Halloween.
Dress-up week concludes with Theme Day Thursday (Halloween) and Green and White Day on Friday. Each class receives points for the numbers of students who dress up. At the end of the week the class with the most points wins. Teachers/ staff are encouraged to participate.
On Friday afternoon all high school students will gather in the gymnasium for a Pep Assembly to announce the fall sports and to pump each other up for the big game. Classes will compete against each other in a variety of games to win points toward winning homecoming.
During the week each class is building a float that will be judged for points at the beginning of the parade. The floats are designed based on the class theme; seniors: werewolf, juniors: witches, sophomores: zombies, and freshmen: IT (clowns).
The parade is open to the community. All participants need to be lined up in the Middle School parking lot by 5:00 p.m. sharp. The parade will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The homecoming dance will start immediately after the football game and will go until 11:00 p.m.