This week, Dawson County High School students looked a little different than usual walking into school for the day, because it is homecoming week. Students and teachers have been dressing up in a specific theme each day to celebrate school spirit leading up to the 2021 Homecoming dance on Sept. 11.
Homecoming week kicked off on Tuesday, Sept. 7 with “Holidays”, where students and teachers were asked to dress up in celebration of their favorite holiday and the spirit behind it. Wednesday, Sept. 8 was “County vs. Country Club”, where participants were asked to pick a side and either dress up with their boots and belt buckles or dress up with their tennis shoes and sweatbands.
Thursday, Sept. 9 was “Seniors and Kids” day, which asked senior students to dress like senior citizens, underclassmen to dress like babies, and teachers to dress like teens. Homecoming week will finish up on Friday, Sept. 10 with “Spirit Color Wars”, where seniors will be asked to wear red, juniors blue and sophomores white to represent their class.
The Dawson County High School 2021 Homecoming dance will be on Saturday, Sept. 11 from 8 to 11 p.m.
More photos to be added from previous days, provided by DCHS.