New Year, New Rules: Homecoming 2010

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6 Comments on "New Year, New Rules: Homecoming 2010"

  1. How are balloons dangerous? The visual effect of the balloon rainbow has always been spectacular.

  2. Dude this is so dumb.

    Like so dumb forreal.

    What the heck does having a balloon arch over 8 feet harm?

    My heart goes out to all the 2010 seniors.

  3. This is really really pointless.
    I understand that Homecoming wastes materials and paper and such, but it’s the only tradition that makes our school marginally cool.

    Now that’s gone too, and in our senior year nonetheless.

    Always our year. Sigh

  4. School is for education?! Of course it is, Mission is all about education! This is the exact reason why we need homecoming to relieve stress. We want to remember high school as not just work work work, but also as one of the best times of our lives. I am dissapointed at the administration!

    dont worry everyone – homecoming is what we make it. the rules aren’t thaaat different than normal.
    what makes our homecoming great is our SPIRIT – not butcher paper, etc.
    so lets get pumped up:]

  6. All I have to say is ever since Prairie took office as the principal, academics have been even more heavily prioritize. Come on, we’re one of the top academic high schools in the nation. Let the students have some fun. Homecoming is about having fun. Of course, there’s going to be jabbing and bashing and whatnot. High school is about experiencing things and to grow as a complete adult ready for college and the life beyond. With all these restrictions, how can students experience fun and express their ideas and creativity? And really now? “Ugly buttface juniors” and ripping a “juniors” sign in an airband are NOT EVEN that bad. All I got to say is, Prairie just likes to sap the fun out of all the students for her enjoyment. F*** that b*tch.

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