CLINTON — Clinton High School Homecoming will be Friday, Sept. 28.
"We will start the day with a pep rally that morning beginning at 8 a.m. in the Clinton High School Gym," said CHS teacher and Homecoming organizer Kim Stepp. "At 4 p.m. on Friday, the homecoming parade will begin."
The parade will feature the Clinton High School band, Clinton cheerleaders, class floats from junior high through high school, and our homecoming maids and escorts. The theme for this year's homecoming parade is "Hollywood Movies."
The parade will travel from Soccer Row down Arrow Drive to Clinton High School. Parade attendees are encouraged to view the parade from both sides of Arrow Drive, with parking at Clinton Park, Northside, and Eastside.
The homecoming game begins at 7 p.m. where the Clinton Arrows will take on the Provine Rams. During halftime of the game, the homecoming maids and escorts will be recognized and the 2018 Homecoming Queen announced.
2018 Homecoming maids include:
Sophomores: Natalie Derrick, Hollyn Oswalt, Asia Smith
Juniors: Sabrya Andrews, Amelia Skinner, Akiya Monroe
Seniors: Amari Shields, Atlantis Harper, Cameron Gladney, Morgan McKinnon, Sara Jane Ellis, Kennedi Richardson, Alexis Smith, Camea Dixon
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