The JSHS knows how to show their pride when it comes to Homecoming week. The festivities were in full swing with ‘Merica Monday kicking off the week and Tropical Tuesday showed us just how much our students and staff love their beachy climates. Wednesday was Anything but a Backpack Day, a new spirit day, where students took on the task and were very creative with their choices. Baskets, garbage pails, golf bags, small animal carriers, and strollers were seen. Some bigger items were also seen such as a tire, a sled, and a yoke. Whatever the item, students had fun going from class to class with their supplies! Thursday was Throwback Thursday where students and staff enjoyed dressing up from different time periods and Friday was the all-known Tully Pride Day. Students continued their Homecoming enthusiasm with an end-of-the-day pep rally where Diego Iglesias and Catherine Lund were crowned Homecoming King and Queen. Lots of games were played and tons of fun was had right up until the bell where students caught sight of Mr. Paccia finishing off his pie in the pie eating contest. Students then filled the stands that evening at the Homecoming football game. Tully sure does know how to show their pride!
Lots of teachers and students sporting their red, white, and blue for 'Merica Monday!'
Lots of bright colors for Tropical Tuesday!
Anything but a Backpack Day!
Lots of creativity on Anything but a Backpack Day!
What would you bring to carry all your things?
Stepping back in time with Throwback Thursday!
Pep rally fun!
Lots of games were played!
Homecoming King and Queen fulfilling their duties on Homecoming NIght.