By Molly Morgan

Focused on painting her poster, freshman Claire Cooper uses yellow paint to create a poster for her grades locker bank.

Student Council decorates the hallways for Homecoming spirit week

For the annual spirit week decorating, StuCo decorated the foyer and locker banks Sunday, Sept. 11

To kick off Homecoming week, Student Council decorated the hallways Sunday, Sept. 11 for this year’s Homecoming theme of Valleywood. The spirit week dress up days consisted of: Adam Sandler Day, Tacky Tourist, Class Colors, Waterboy and Mill Valley Spirit Wear. 

Senior Sophia Chang explained what dress up day she is most excited for. 

“I’m most excited for the Adam Sandler day,” Chang said. “It’s something different that we haven’t done in the past.”

Bringing HollyWood to the Valley, Chang described how they decorated for the Homecoming theme. 

“To incorporate the Valleywood theme we used red, yellow and black for the traditional Hollywood colors,” Chang said. “For the photo booth we made a big Valleywood sign in the Hollywood font to make the theme even more obvious.”

Additionally, sophomore Logan Koester described how he helped decorate the sophomore locker bank. 

“I decorated the upper A hall entrance for sophomores,” Koester said. “Our class color is green so we used lots of green balloons and streamers.”

Overall, Homecoming comes with a lot of traditions and expectations. Chang summed up her hopes for this year’s events. 

“This year, I hope Homecoming will be memorable since it is my last one,” Chang said. “I’m super excited about getting to do the Blue Bomb. After seeing the ones done in years past, I have been looking forward to it for a long time.”

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