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Homecoming proposals are back!

Courtesy of Sophia Lombardo and Aundrea Harris
Four sophomores pose after their homecoming proposals. The week ends with the homecoming dance on September 30 from 7-10 p.m. in the gym.

A homecoming proposal is an out-of-the-box, extravagant idea to ask someone to the homecoming dance. There have been many proposals leading up to the dance.

From being asked in the school hallways to posters being held up in the student section of a football game, they are everywhere. You cannot miss them.

Sophomore Zhonnie Perez proposed to sophomore Sophia Lombardo after softball practice. He thought of writing the proposal on a softball. 

“I was really surprised,” Lombardo said. “I was really happy, because I didn’t see it coming at all.” 

Sophomore Dwen Mays proposed to Andrea Harris in the school hallway. He got all her friends on board with the surprise.

“I kind of knew something was going on because there were too many people around for pictures on a random Tuesday, but I was still somewhat surprised and obviously happy,” Harris said.

The week before the dance is always eventful. The annual parade begins Thursday at 5 p.m. from Braelinn Elementary and ends on Panther Path. Starr’s Mill hosts Trinity Friday night with kickoff set for 7:30 p.m. Homecoming court will be announced during halftime. 

The week of festivities, celebrations, and school spirit end with the dance Saturday night in the gym starting at 7 p.m.

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Ella Bissonnette, Staff Writer
Sophomore 2nd year with The Prowler    I like to bring a fun side to journalism by telling dad jokes. My favorite artist is Taylor Swift. I am involved with the school. I play varsity softball and participate in many clubs. I love Cherry Coke!

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