Homecoming honors Tiger tradition with annual assembly, picnic, and game

Story by Sofia Alva
Staff Writer

Photos by Sarah Lee
Staff Photographer

SPHS students showed school spirit and supported clubs at the annual Homecoming assembly and picnic on Friday, Nov. 1. ASB coordinated dress up days and lunchtime activities throughout the week to promote Friday’s festivities where students set up booths along the Tiger Patio and softball field for the Homecoming picnic, selling various snacks and drinks to fundraise for their clubs.

Commissioner of Assemblies and senior Evan Kowal led the day’s assembly and activities, opening the assembly with a performance by the student band Perespera. Commissioner of Spirit and senior Candy Wu also introduced the Royal Tiger Homecoming Court. The court members answered questions in front of the student body. 

This year California assemblyman Chris Holden presented scholastic award to Principal Janet Anderson, citing SPHS’ academic success and 622nd ranking by the U.S. World News report. 

During the annual homecoming picnic, clubs offered a variety of food and drink options for students to enjoy. Clubs like Urban Sustainability and Girl Up sold McDonalds and pudding dirt cups. Several SPHS musicians also performed on the Tiger Patio during the picnic. 

The night’s Homecoming game announced senior Jewel Nguyen as the Royal Tiger winner following a halftime performance by Color Guard.

The Homecoming Dance “A Night in The Floating City” will be held Saturday, Nov. 2.

Look for more coverage on the Homecoming festivities, game, and dance online and in Tiger’s upcoming November print issue.

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