Dance celebrates homecoming

Sarah Nguyen, Senior Journalist

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The student council hosted the annual homecoming dance on Saturday, Oct. 14. The dance followed the victorious homecoming game the previous day. New this year, the dance was a semi-formal and held in the band hall. The decorations from Friday’s homecoming ceremony were moved over. Attendance this year was much higher than last year, and students reported having a great time. The music included old-school songs as well as the top hits. The dance started at 8:30 p.m. and ended around midnight. When asked, Rylee Barnett, a senior, said, “I really enjoyed having a great time with my friends and vibing to nice music.” This was the last dance of the fall semester until next year’s much anticipated prom.

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