Check this page often for Homecoming updates throughout the week of Sept. 11 to 15. (Click on the images below)
Photo Essay: Homecoming Booths
Students visit CHS clubs' homecoming booths.
Photo Essay: Trike Race
Students participate in the annual Homecoming trike race, during the convocation.
Photo Essay: Homecoming Convocation
Students attend the homecoming convocation.
Q/A: “Three Amigos” Trike Race Team
What kind of preparations has your team put into training for the trike race? “For the trike race we put in a lot of work. We had at least three practices, where we had trikes and we came out here to the track and we rode around. To get warmed up.” -Noah Steiner How did you choose your outfits? “We thought it’d be funny. Because we have four people, and we call ourselves The Three Amigos...
Photo Essay: Drumline
Drumline performs during passing periods on homecoming green day.
Homecoming Then and Now: Katie Kelly, CHS graduate and social studies teacher, reflects on her Homecoming experience
“I don't think (today’s Homecoming is) as fun,” Kelly said. “You lose some of the fun making it too academic.”
Photo Essay: Friday Blue and Gold
Students dress up for the last spirit day of Homecoming week.
Loco for Hoco: Sophomore Gretchen Fehn Discusses Her Responsibilities for Homecoming Court
“I think the main reason I look forward to opportunities like Homecoming so much is because it's fun and I love being around all my friends,” Fehn said.
Photo Essay: Playhouse Building
Students participate in the annual homecoming playhouse building.
Photo Essay: Throwback Thursday
Students dress up for the fourth spirit day of homecoming week.
Photo Essay: Wednesday Disney
Students dress up for the third spirit day of homecoming week.
The Biggest Game: Football Players, Coach Reflect on the Importance of the Homecoming Game
On Sept. 15 at 7 p.m., CHS will have its annual Homecoming game against Lawrence North. Usually remembered as one of the largest of the year, the Homecoming game naturally results in mixed feelings because of differing aspects in the game compared to regular seasonal ones. One aspect is the degree to which increased pressure is added to the players. According to quarterback and senior...
Photo Essay: Tuesday Superheros V.S. Supervillans
Students dress up for the second spirit day of Homecoming week.
Q/A: Griffin Gonzalez, Cabinet member and senior, discusses his role in Homecoming week
"It’s just such a great week for everyone to come together and really be one city, one school."
Homecoming Horror Stories : Students Discuss Embarrassing Homecoming Experiences
"She wiped out in front of the whole school and it was very embarrassing to watch her."
Photo Essay: Monday Dress to Impress/Unimpress
Students dress up for the first day of Homecoming week.
Homecoming Schedule for Sept. 15
The following is the schedule for Sept. 15: 7:50- 8:15: B1 Period 8:25-8:50: B2 Period (announcements) 9:00-9:25: B3 Period 9:35-10:00: B4 Period 10:10-10:35: G1 Period 10:45-11:10: G3 Period 11:20-1:15: G2 SRT (Lunch) A: 11:10-11:45 B: 11:45-12:15 C: 12:15-12:45 D: 12:45-1:15 1:25-1:50: G4 1:50: Dismiss students to go to stadium 2:15-2:50: Homecoming Progr...
Homecoming Spirit Days
Here are the Homecoming spirit days for the week of Sept. 11-15: Monday - Dress to Impress/Unimpress Tuesday - Superhero vs. Villains Wednesday - Disney Thursday - Throwback Thursday, 80s vs. 90s Friday - Blue/Gold
Say Yes to the Dress: Assistant Principal Amy Skeens-Benton Opens Up About Why She Started the Homecoming and Prom Dress Drive
“I just want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity. I want the reason to be that they’re not going is because they don’t want to, and not because they can’t,” said Skeens-Benton.