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57e03b4172fd9 Quintessence Indra delivers a whipped cream pie to her brother Paxten during the pep rally.
Homecoming King Bradley Bunner and Queen Shelby Paprocki
Picture of 9-12 window posters from homecoming week.
Courtesy of Jodi Brabec: MaGyver Brabec, Megan Venneman, Bradley Bunner, Shelby Paprocki, Tanner Stanley, Cully Cerv, Paxten Indra. Not pictured: Emily Schnelle
Quintessence Indra delivers a whipped cream pie to her brother Paxten during the pep rally.

Homecoming Week

September 17, 2016

During the week of September 12, Clarkson Public Schools got hyped for the homecoming game and dance. Monday through Friday, the students dress-up days:  Monday was Hobo Day, Tuesday was Pink Out for the volleyball game, Wednesday was Frat Out (students dressed like college guys in fraternities), Thursday was Class Unity Day (each class had a certain color to dress, and Friday was Patriot Pride.

Junior Ashlee Novotny had this to say about class unity day: “It was cool to see all the classes in their color. The hallway was like a rainbow.”

On Friday, the whole school gathered in the gym for a pep rally planned by seniors Cully Cerv and Shelby Paprocki. The students enjoyed a video from the second grade and a fall sports highlight video.

The homecoming queen candidates gave shoulder massages to the blindfolded king candidates.  While the girls had them distracted, the boys’ little sisters came in and threw pans of whipped cream into their brothers’ faces.

At the end of the football game against Omaha Nation (which the Pats won 56 to 14), onlookers went on the field to form a walkway for the homecoming candidates:  Cully Cerv, Shelby Paprocki, Emily Schnelle, Megan Venneman, MaGyver Brabec, Bradley Bunner, Paxten Indra, and Tanner Stanley.  Bradley Bunner and Shelby Paprocki were named homecoming royalty.

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