Tri County High School’s annual homecoming will take place on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017.
Pregame activities will begin at 5 p.m. behind the school in the elementary playground area. Kickoff against High Plains will be at 6:30 p.m. Homecoming candidates will be introduced at halftime and the 2017 Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned immediately after the game.
This year’s king candidates are Logunn Baker, Riley Knust, Ethan Paxton, Cooper Smith and Pete Spilker. The queen candidates are Shayna Lijewski, Sophia Linnemann, Bailey Taylor, Shae Wattjes and Kailey Weichel. Bayne Drewes and Stella Morrissey will serve as this year’s crown bearers. Last year’s king, Colby Ensz, and queen, Sloane Holtmeier, will be assisting with the coronation.
This year, the homecoming dance will again take place on Friday evening after the football game in the high school cafeteria. The dance will begin right after the game and concludes at midnight. The theme for this year’s dance is "Aloha!" The dance is open to all current 9–12 grade students at Tri County High School. The admission is $8 per person.
Students in grades 7–12 will also be celebrating homecoming with Spirit Week. Monday is "Mismatch Monday," Tuesday is "Tie Dye Tuesday," followed by "Class Color" Wednesday, Thursday is "Beach Bum Day" and Friday is the traditional "Blue and Gold Day."
The Tri County Student Council is coordinating the homecoming activities again this year. The advisers for the student council are Mr. Bryce Simpson and Mr. Dennis Krejci.