Students lei down homecoming week


Kate Lichter

Homecoming attendees put their hands up in the air during the song “All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled. The dance was held at Summit Middle School Oct. 3 starting at 8 p.m.

Erin Bockenstedt, Staff Writer

Summit Middle School was near packed on Oct. 3 due to the homecoming dance, full of teenagers who had either experienced the whole process before or those who were new to it. The dance went from 8 to 11 p.m., allowing all the people who went to take part in all activities that were available at the dance.

Walking in there were areas for a few luau backdrops and props for groups to take pictures, as well as space outside for people to sit when they needed a break from the dance. The area where the dance took place took up the main entry way and cafeteria of Summit. Students either brought tickets or purchased them at the door, and were given a purple wristband from a chaperon.

The main area for dancing took up the entire cafeteria, decorated with island flowers and lights. Students could also get refreshments in the cafeteria, as well as sit at tables at the edges of the room. Music was played throughout the whole night.