Each Fall, Muscatine High School (MHS) students and the community come together to celebrate their school pride. With a roster of entertaining activities and a popular Disney theme for the week, everyone involved in MHS’s 2019 homecoming activities had a truly magical time.
To get the fun started, high school juniors and seniors faced off in their annual powder puff game, giving the girls a chance to show off their football skills, and raise funds for the World Wildlife Federation.
Throughout the week, MHS cheerleaders and marching band members visited schools throughout the district, pepping younger students up and teaching them cheers to use at Friday night’s homecoming football game. Students across the district also dressed up for Disney themed days, getting everyone hyped up for the main events at the end of the week.
Despite concerns about the weather, the homecoming parade took place as scheduled Thursday evening. It provided the perfect set up for coronation, where seniors Joaquin Bobay and Olivia Bastin became this year’s homecoming king and queen.
The week ended with the much anticipated homecoming football game and dance. Through all the events, students and alumni alike enjoyed the magic of the homecoming season.