Boom, Pow, Zap! Homecoming has arrived

A mural hanging in the cafeteria listing what each spirit day is.

McKenna Powers

A mural hanging in the cafeteria listing what each spirit day is.

McKenna Powers, Editor in Chief

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Homecoming is slowly creeping up! This year, the dance will be held on October 3 from 7-10 pm in Riverside Brookfield’s main gym.

The annual pep rally for Homecoming will be held on the Friday before the dance, October 2. The Homecoming game will be held at Kennelly Field, the new RBHS football field, at 7pm.

The Homecoming court will be introduced, the King and Queen will be announced, as well as crowned. Various pep rally games will be played, involving different students.

The Pep Rally is going to be a little different compared to the previous years. Usually, the Homecoming games played are a frozen t-shirt contest and catch the ball thrown by the teacher. This year, the games will be brand new.

“It’s a secret”, Angela Ziola, Student Association sponsor said. “Both (games) involve numerous people and relay races”.

This year’s Homecoming theme is “Superhero”. The theme will be incorporated by hanging murals throughout the gym, and having comic book signs like ‘Boom”, ‘Pow”, and ‘Zap’. Many other themes were discussed, but the ending consensus was Superhero.

“Other themes discussed were a Halloween theme, Candy Land, and we even talked about the Wizard of Oz”, Student Association Student Spokesmen, Tom Loftus, said.

From September 28 to October 2, students will have the opportunity to participate in Spirit Week, where students will dress up in various themes. Every day during 2nd hour teachers will tally up the number of students participating in the dress up days. This will contribute to a class’s overall “spirit points” along with games played during lunches and at the pep rally. The class that has the most “spirit points” at the end of the week, wins the spirit bone for the year.


The themes this year are:

Monday: Pajama Day

Tuesday: Tropical Tuesday

Wednesday: Why is This in my Closet?

Thursday: Superhero Day

Friday: Crazy Blue and White Day

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McKenna Powers, Editor-in-Chief
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McKenna Powers isn’t just a regular fourth year reporter for the Clarion, she’s also a behind the scenes spy. Powers captures all of the news, right as it happens, and is able to bring back every single detail back to Clarion, at lightning speed. No one sees her while she’s collecting the news, yet she always gets it. How does she do it? The world may never know…

A Senior at Riverside Brookfield High School, Powers plays two sports, including tennis and soccer. She is also involved in National Honors Society and Fishing Club. This year in Clarion, Powers is the Co- Editor in Chief, along with Niko Radicanin. Powers is very excited for another exciting, last year with Clarion!

McKenna Powers can be reached at [email protected]

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