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Homecoming 2023: Student Council prepares for Homecoming week by decorating the halls

StuCo decorated the halls and foyer in class colors Sunday, Sept. 17

StuCo kicked off Homecoming week Sunday, Sept. 17 by decorating the halls, locker banks and foyer. According to senior Garrett Cronin, StuCo incorporated the Jags Undercover theme in their decorations. 

“We tried to incorporate the homecoming theme with our decorations by throwing in some caution tape,” Cronin said. “I mainly worked on the senior hall and I put up a lot of the stringers along the lockers and along a pole. I also worked on the black stringers hanging down on the stairs which took a while.”

Freshman Hadley Doyle explains how she worked on the posters advertising the dance. 

“I worked on the posters advertising tickets sales and information for the dance,” Doyle said. “We used a lot of black and spy themed decorations like magnifying glasses and fingerprints. I also helped decorate the freshman hallway in upper b hall.”

Appreciating the spirit days’ connection to the theme, Cronin says his favorite is Midnight Ink because of its simplicity. 

“I really like the spirit days and how they are connected with the overall theme, my favorite day is probably midnight ink because it is simple, but also fun.”

Doyle hopes the students will get into the Homecoming week spirit and create a fun environment. 

“My goal for homecoming week is to get as many people to participate,” Doyle said. “I want everyone to have as much fun as possible so we can have a hype environment for Homecoming week.”

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Sophia Estes, JAG editor-in-chief
This is senior Sophia Estes’s third year on the JAG yearbook staff. This year she will be taking on the position of JAG Editor-in-Chief.  When Sophia is not writing for the yearbook, you can find her in Jag Chorale and dancing competitively. She also enjoys reading, hanging out with her friends, listening to music and spending time with her dog.
Audri Brizendine, JAG photo editor
This is junior Audri Brizendine’s second year on the JAG yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of co-photo editor. When not in C-101,  you can probably find her playing tennis, participating in Relay for Life as an ELT, HOSA, book club, movie club, NHS, and Spanish NHS. Outside of school, you can find her spending time with her friends, listening to music, or rewatching New Girl.
Bella McPeake, JAG reporter/photographer
This is sophomore Bella McPeake's first year on the JAG yearbook staff, she will be taking on the position of a photographer. When not working on the yearbook, you can find her cheering on the sidelines at football and basketball games. Outside of school she enjoys running, hanging out with her friends, listening to Zach Bryan, watching sunsets, going to church, and reading books. 

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