Bonneville High School's homecoming week this year was filled with playful dress up days that were enjoyable for the students and staff. Starting the 19th and ending the 22nd, each day had different prompts that the students were allowed to follow. Kicking off the week, Tuesday was pajama day and Wednesday was tourist day. Warm and snug pajamas were seen around the school on Tuesday, and Hawiian shirts and bucket hats were worn on Wednesday. Thursday paid tribute to the famous Adam Sandler; baggy shirts and shorts accompanied with socks and slides are what most people were wearing. Lastly, Friday was the day to celebrate Bonneville High School with the dress up day being school spirit! Colors like black, white, green, and gold are what acknowledged our school and its notable efforts to make homecoming week amusing for everyone.
Mrs. Yorgason, student council advisor, expressed her thoughts on how the week went by saying, “ I thought it was really fun seeing how all the teachers got into it and the students.” She also talked about the inspiration behind the ideas for the dress up days, stating, “I think it’s just stuff that the kids wanted to do. There’s a group of people and they plan the dress up days just based on what they thought the student body would enjoy.” The student council took into consideration the opinions of the students at Bonneville by giving everyone options they would most likely enjoy. Schools from other districts did not have the same days as Bonneville, which makes it extra special and different. The students this year really went out and showed their school spirit, and the teachers and staff did as well. The whole week was a great way to celebrate not only homecoming, but Bonneville High School too. Friday ended off the amazing week on a good note by showcasing Bonneville’s signature colors: black, white, green, and gold. This year’s homecoming dress up week was filled with excitement and enthusiasm, which means topping it next year will be a tough one!