Hawk pride is at an all-time high at Lynnville-Sully during homecoming week, Oct. 3-8. A variety of activities have already taken place throughout the spirited week, including dress-up days at both the high school and elementary levels, class competitions, powderpuff volleyball, and more.
Homecoming festivities will start to wrap up with coronation on Thursday, Oct. 6, starting at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. Classes will perform skits and homecoming royalty will be crowned.
Friday, community members are invited to the Sully square at 2:30 p.m. to watch high school, middle school, and elementary students and staff in the annual homecoming parade, followed by a short pep rally near the new shelter/stage. Later that night, the 6-0 varsity football team will take on New London at 7 p.m., followed by the homecoming dance until 11:30 p.m. in the middle school gym and Fifth Quarter until 11 p.m. in the high school gym.
The Lynnville-Sully Community Education Foundation is gearing up for a big homecoming celebration with a wide variety of activities for current students and their families, alumni, and community supporters.
Friday, Oct. 7, the LSCEF will host a freewill donation chili and chili dog supper in the L-S Elementary/Middle School gym. All L-S alums who attend the supper will be entered to win $100.
During halftime of the homecoming football game, which pits the 6-0 Hawks against New London, the football championship team of 1986 and the Class of 1961 will be recognized.
Saturday, Oct. 8, the LSCEF invites everyone back to the elementary/middle school gym at 8 a.m. Rolls, coffee, and juice will be served followed by guest speakers Susie Duke (Class of 1999) and Denny Brand (Class of 1961) sharing their stories. Fall sports coaches will speak as well as LSCEF President Faye Brand. Following the program at approximately 9:30 a.m.,
L-S Superintendent Shane Ehresman will give tours of the building, highlighting the progress of the new wrestling room area as well as all other areas of the school campus.