Homecoming dance welcomes students back to school

From freshman to seniors, this year’s homecoming was one spectacular night filled with lights, music and energy. For many students, the night of Sept. 18 was a chance to let loose after being stuck in a desk chair for the majority of last year. During all of the craziness, students were found having an amazing time and making memories.

Picture Perfect!- Prisha Dutta, sophomore in a blue dress, had felt it was beneficial to have the dance outside due to having more space and smaller crowds. One of Dutta’s favorite events of the night in particular was getting to take pictures. “I enjoyed taking pictures in the park and at the dance,” Dutta said. Parker Bohl/ Prowler

 

Lights, music, homecoming! – Lucy Carpiac, sophomore, and her friends had fun dancing around and making memories. “I hadn’t been able to have fun with my friends in a really long time because of the pandemic, and being able to just have fun with them again meant a lot to me,” Carpiac said. For the first homecoming in two years, students had felt this was an amazing experience!
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Best one yet! – Ashley Neier, junior, had been excited to have the ability to return to a somewhat normal setting of socializing. Neier had liked how it felt to be able to socialize on a larger scale. “It was great to see people I have not seen since the start of COVID,” Neier said. Parker Bohl/ Prowler

 

Best one yet! – Ashley Neier, junior, had been excited to have the ability to return to a somewhat normal setting of socializing. Neier had liked how it felt to be able to socialize on a larger scale. “It was great to see people I have not seen since the start of COVID,” Neier said. Parker Bohl/ Prowler

 

Fun time and memories! – Brady Gabler, sophomore, had been surprised by the entire event and how much fun it actually was. For the majority of the night, Gabler could be found in the mosh pit dancing and making memories with friends. “That’s where I was most of the night. It was the highlight of homecoming for me,” Gabler said. Parker Bohl/ Prowler

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