Thanks for great homecoming
November 3, 2011
As we finish up Douglas High School’s fall homecoming week, we are pleased to conclude that all the events and efforts that were a part of this experience were successful and enjoyable. We set our expectations and creativity high with respect to how we envisioned our theme, Lights, Camera, Homecoming: Douglas Goes Hollywood, to be displayed throughout this week. With the help of our peers, staff, and community, we were able to achieve our goal: putting on spirited, entertaining, and safe events for the student body to participate in. Without the help and support of a number of businesses, teachers, and many others, we would not be able to accomplish all that we set out to do. Therefore, we offer our thanks and appreciation to each of these people.
We would like to thank Tux Town for providing the homecoming nominees with tuxes, Rita Borselli and DHS screenprinting for providing students and staff with our themed homecoming shirts, Red Barn Photography for taking the homecoming dance pictures, Ironwood Theatres and Raley’s for donating and lending decorations, Mrs. Lammiman and DHS Tiger Lily for providing the flowers for the nominees’ bouquets and boutonnieres, Mrs. Veronica Perra for attending and photographing the homecoming ceremony, and Shannon Litz, Scott Neuffer, and Joey Crandall of The Record-Courier for covering and informing the community of the homecoming week events. Along with the efforts these people, a special thanks also goes out to Jason Berry and the DHS Custodial Staff, Scott Nelson and Sierra School Photography, Kerry Munk and the DHS cheerleaders, Mr. “Z” and “The Pride of the Carson Valley” DHS marching band, Mrs. Karan Seelbinder, Kelly Maestretti, Corby Hughes, the DHS staff and administration, the DHS athletic department, the DHS football coaches and team, DHS leadership, the families of the nominees and leadership students, and all the teacher volunteer chaperones.
Homecoming week always reminds us how great of an area we are a part of. We never will take for granted all the support we receive from the community, and we will continue to give our upmost effort in making Douglas High School the best school and representation of this Carson Valley as possible. Thank you for everything you do.
Amanda Wartgow ASB President
Alison Chambon ASB Vice President
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