Homecoming Parade Emphasizes Community Pride
The theme of this year’s homecoming parade was “Under a Neon Moon” but it was the sunshine that made the 2014-15 Homecoming Parade so special. The weather was absolutely perfect for the event which brought out some of the biggest crowds in recent memory.
The parade toured through the streets of historic Westminster and was held the morning after the Westminster High School football team’s big Homecoming game victory over Thornton High School. The high scoring Wolves beat the Trojans 47 to 12.
Mesa, Harris Park and Metz Elementary schools entered floats this year adding to the sense of community spirit and pride.
The judges handed out the awards listed below:
Spirit – WHS Marching Band
Creative – WHS Volleyball
Loudest - Hidden Lake High School
Most Interesting- WHS Class of 2017
Most Academic- LASA (Latin American Student Association)
Best Overall Design- WHS Girls Softball
Here are the winners from the Homecoming Parade:
Best Depiction of Homecoming Theme –WHS International Ambassadors
Favorite – Senior class of 2015
Community Pride - Mesa, Harris Park and Metz Elementary Schools
All week WHS celebrated homecoming week by dressing up each day to a specific theme. You can view the pictures in the slide show above.
Monday - Super Hero Day
Tuesday -Twin/Tie-dye Day
Wednesday - Dress to Impress Day impress
Thursday - Bring on the Neon Day
Friday - Wolf Gear Day
Posted October 2, 2014