HHS Homecoming 2012

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Hayden High School’s Homecoming festivities will get underway this Fri. with a parade starting at 4:00 p.m. Anyone participating in the parade will need to be at the school by 3:30 p.m. to get in line. The parade will be the same as in years past.

All state champions are still needed to participate in the parade. If you are interested or need more information please contact Helene Martinez at 520-356-7678 ext. 1005 or email at martinezh@hwusd.org.

Following the parade a Hayden Lobo Tailgate Party is planned behind the home bleachers at Lalo A. Serrano Field. There will be a free hotdog giveaway provided by the Parent-Teacher Organization on a first come, first come, first serve basis.

There will also be games and prizes to be won for all students and parents. School clubs and classes will all have booths set up selling Lobo gear. So come and show your Lobo support.

In addition, be sure to show your school spirit at the game by wearing royal blue during the First Home-coming Blue-Out.

The Lobos will take on St. David with a kick-off at 7:00 p.m. with this year’s Homecoming Royalty being crowned during half time.

The 2012 Royalty includes Chico Estrada and Jessica Chiquete, Freshmen attendants; Daniel Young and Amber Sharp, Sophomore attendants; and Francisco Moreno and Julisa Westrope, Junior attendants. Homecoming King and Queen are Eric Rivera and Alexis Felix.

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