SHS Homecoming Community Pep Rally set for tonight
Posted on 10/11/2018 6:40:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Seguin is invited to show its school spirit during tonight's Homecoming Community Pep Rally. It has been a short week for SHS students since they are off from school today and Friday. Despite not being in school, Homecoming 2018 events are still on schedule beginning with Thursday night's pep rally at 7 p.m. at Matador Stadium. This year's theme is "Reflections of Gold." Events include the crowning of princesses and duchesses for freshman, sophomore and junior classes. Participants of this year's Seguin Cheer Mini Mats Clinic will also perform alongside cheerleaders, the dance team and band.

The major change for this year is that there will be no homecoming parade prior to the community pep rally. Students this year have opted to instead participate in this year's Guadalupe County Fair Parade. The parade will include high school float entries, one of which is the SHS Homecoming Court. The parade is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday in downtown Seguin.

Homecoming festivities will wrap up with Friday's Homecoming football game. The game is a match up between SHS and Austin Travis High School. Kick off is at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Matador Stadium. The homecoming court will be announced during the game's halftime.
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