Ingomar News, December 8, 2010
Get ready to get fired up Falcon Fans for this week is Homecoming Week! On Monday the sixth, students dressed in their favorite colleges' apparel from head to toe on College Day! The Santa Store will open up to the elementary for them to buy gifts and goods.
On Tuesday the seventh, the students prepared to hit the road, whether aimlessly or purposefully, to class from overalls to boots for Hobo Day! That night the Ingomar Falcons basketball teams played at Falkner.
The students took a time machine to their favorite decade on Flashback Day on the eighth! They came styled in the Rockin' fifties all the way up to the Hip ninties! Thursday, the ninth, the students will be styling and profiling in their Sunday Best on Dress-Up Day from ties to heels! Also, they will attend a day presentation of the Homecoming Court.
On Friday, go all out in Falcon in blue, red and white because it's Spirit Day! There will be a pep rally in celebration of Homecoming with the Homecoming Court, which will be followed by the division game against Potts Camp. The order of winners in the court will not be known until Friday night; however, the student body selected the following seniors: mainds; Lauren Langston, Bailey Littlejohn, Anna McCutchen, Lakin Potts, and Kayla Stevens; escorts, Austin Gregory, Jon Logan Little, Tanner McCollum, Kensey Stout, and Seth Taylor. On Saturday the eleventh, the High School basketball teams will play at Ingomar against Houlka.
Seniors do no forget that ad bios, baby pictures, and quotes are due on Monday the 13th. Monday night, the 13th, there will be a home game against the H.W. Byers. Semester exams will be the 15th through the 17th for the grades seventh through 12th. On Wednesday the 15th, the Jr. High and High School exams will be for the periods of the second, fourth, and sixth. Then on Friday the 17th, it will be a 60 percent day, which is the end of the second nine weeks, and the exams will be for the periods of seventh and eighth. On Friday night, the 17th, there will be a division game against West Union.
Students will be our for the weeks of the 20th through the 24th and of the 27th through the 31st. Teachers will return on Monday the third of January, and students return to school on Tuesday the fourth of January. Have a great Homecoming Week!
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