The Warsaw Community High School homecoming parade was Friday, Sept. 25, with the theme of holidays. Freshmen opted for Thanksgiving as the holiday for their float. InkFreeNews photos by Leah Sander
By Leah Sander
WARSAW — School spirit and holiday spirit were on full display in downtown Warsaw on Friday, Sept. 25.
Warsaw Community High School had its homecoming parade with the theme of holidays. Floats had themes of individual holidays like Christmas, Easter and Earth Day or longer celebrations like the Latino Club’s Hispanic Heritage Month.
Grand marshal this year was former WCHS English teacher and student council sponsor Betsy Sudhoff. WCHS’ opponent for homecoming this year is Goshen High School.
The WCHS Junior ROTC carried the flags at the start of the parade.
It was St. Patrick’s Day for the WCHS Orchestra.
Members of the drum section of the WCHS Marching Band get in some practice before the start of the parade.
WCHS’ Latino Club opted to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with their float theme.
WCHS student Sidney Edwards gets in some practice before the parade’s start.
Evelyn Pickens decided to dress up as a ladybug to watch the parade.