The Junior Class earned $611 for its “beach house”-themed playhouse, coming in second place after the faculty’s playhouse bidding of $620. The proceeds from the Junior Class will go to Chaucie’s Place, a non-profit child advocacy center. The Freshman Class playhouse, themed “Candyland,” placed third while the Senior Class “Spongebob Squarepants” playhouse came in fourth, according to Junior Class sponsor John Love.
The junior attendance rate for all Homecoming Week activities was overall satisfying, according to Junior Class secretary Julian Batts.
“The activity that we stood out the most was playhouse building, where we put together an awesome house for a family in the community,” Batts said.
There will be an upcoming meeting for Junior Class officers this week to discuss how Homecoming went and what to improve on for next year, according to Batts.
“The only change I can hope for next year is even more participation from the class so we can represent during Homecoming Week,” Batts said.
Because the Junior Class officers’ biggest responsibilities for the year fall during Homecoming Week, there is not much going on afterwards until prom, according to Love.
“Prom will be a big project,” Love said.