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Venice High Homecoming Court Applications Due 10-4!

Venice High People: The 2010 Homecoming Court applications are due October 4th (in the Student Store by the end of lunch). If you did not attend the informational meeting on 9/27, you must see Ms. Davis in Room 137 and put your name on the list of applicants.

The 2009 Venice High Homecoming Court!

2009 court

For over 40 years, the Venice High School Alumni Association has been responsible for selecting the Homecoming Court. The Alumni Association takes great pride in the fact that, unlike most schools, Venice High chooses its Homecoming Court not by a popularity contest, but rather through a selection process that rewards citizenship, school spirit, community involvement and work ethic. This year, the student body will narrow down the list of candidates given to the Alumni Association with a school-wide vote on October 5th. For more information, contact Nikki Gilbert (’89)

Important Dates

9/22 Applications available
9/27 Informational Meeting (Room 137 @ lunch)
10/4 Application Deadline (turn in at the Student Store by the end of lunch)
10/5 Student Voting (will determine top 25 candidates submitted to the Alumni Association)
10/6 Emailing of interview times and location (will be on campus in the morning)
10/9 Interviewing on candidates by the Alumni Association (morning, on campus)
10/18 Announcement of 2010 Homecoming Court (by Leadership Class)
10/19 Meeting for Homecoming Court with Nikki to explain reception & parade (Room 137 @ lunch)
10/22 Homecoming Game
• Reception & Crowning of Court (before parade in cafeteria, family members invited, pictures will be taken)
• Parade (Court will ride in cars and be presented on stage)

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