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KHS staff and students show school spirit for Blue and Gold Day on Friday, Oct. 5.

KHS staff and students show school spirit for Blue and Gold Day on Friday, Oct. 5.

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

KHS staff and students show school spirit for Blue and Gold Day on Friday, Oct. 5.

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

KHS staff and students show school spirit for Blue and Gold Day on Friday, Oct. 5.

As a sea of blue and gold fills the hallways of KHS, it’s clear to all what day it is — Homecoming!

School spirit shows its prevalence on Friday, Oct. 5.

With shortened classes leading up to the pep assembly at the end of the day, excitement is barely contained within students and staff.

After school, the following homecoming activities will commence:

Parade

The homecoming parade starts at Paro at 5 p.m., proceeding down Genesee Road to Daley Dr.

Senior Nick Williams is excited to participate in the parade with his dad, Sgt. Tim Williams, of the Genesee Township Police Department.

“I’m excited to ride in the back of my dad’s cop car,” Williams said. “I get to use the siren in the car.”

Tailgate Party

Hosted in the KHS cafeteria, the tailgate party will take place from 5:30 p.m to 7 p.m.

Tickets for the tailgate party are $5 for people school age and older, and all proceeds will go to the Kearsley Christmas Charities.

Food options are Italian, Chinese, and Mexican.

Football Game

The homecoming football game kicks off at 7 p.m.

The tickets for the game will also be $5, and these proceeds will also go to the Kearsley Christmas Charities.

Senior Chloe Vollmar looks forward to tonight’s game.

“I’m really hoping the boys win,” Vollmar said. “I love being with all my friends in the student section and cheering the team on. I love supporting them every Friday night.”

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