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Homecoming 2023: StuCo hosts an Undercover themed Homecoming dance

After Homecoming spirit week, StuCo threw the annual Homecoming dance Saturday, Sept. 23

Student Council celebrated the end of Homecoming week with the annual dance Saturday, Sept. 23. The dance was meant to take place on the football field but due to the weather it was moved indoors to the AUX gym. 

Between the yellow caution tape and the blacked out windows, the Undercover theme was hard to miss. Sophomore Gavin Hurt expressed his opinion on the theme. 

“I enjoy the theme, it gives people a lot of freedom with how they interpret it. I also think the red and black are really cool,” Hurt said. 

Junior Gillian Szymczak attended the dance with her friends and thought that the theme was new and different but executed well. 

“I think the theme is cool. The decor is pretty great,” Szymczak said. 

Many students enjoyed the dance this year. The DJ had great music that kept people singing and dancing throughout the night. Hurt shared his opinion on this years music. 

“It’s pretty lit. There’s a lot of people, a lot of energy, and good music,” Hurt said.

Szymczak took advantage of the night to hang out with her friends. She also shared her favorite part of the night.“I come to the dances to hang out with my friends,” Szymczak said. “I really like the photo booth because it always captures memories and is a keepsake for people.”

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Kaitlyn Hood, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Kaitlyn Hood’s first year on the JAG yearbook staff and she will be taking on the positions of writer and photographer. When she doesn’t have her nose buried in a book, she is likely in the kitchen baking. She loves spending time with family, painting, writing poetry, dreaming up stories or proudly showing off her Scottish heritage.
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This is junior Emma Ronning’s second year on the JAG yearbook staff. This year, she will be taking on the position of co-photo editor. When not in room C-101, you can find her participating in NHS, Relay for Life, Book Club, Movie Club, and Women’s empowerment club. Outside of school, she likes to spend time with her friends and family, volunteer, read and listen to music. 
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This is sophomore Maggie Kirks’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff and she will be taking the position of writer and photographer. Outside of yearbook she can be found participating in the band. Outside of school she enjoys reading, watching movies or TV shows, and drawing.  
Evie Tindell, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Evie Tindell’s first year on the JAG Yearbook staff where she’ll be taking on the role of photographer. In school she’s a member of the GSA club. Outside of school she enjoys going rock climbing, playing softball with her friends, listening to music, and reading in her room til 4am. 

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