NHS, city prepares for Homecoming


Noblesville High School will celebrate its 2012 Homecoming on Friday. All schools will dismiss 30 minutes early on homecoming day. The middle schools and high school will dismiss at 2:05 p.m. and the elementary schools will dismiss at 2:55 p.m.

This year’s homecoming theme is “Victory is Timeless.” The Millers will take on the Westfield Shamrocks in the annual homecoming football game at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Hare Chevrolet Field.

Charles Emmert, physics teacher at NHS since 1964, is the grand marshal for this year’s homecoming parade. The class floats will be based on the following themes: Seniors, Ancient Egypt; Juniors, Ancient Greece; Sophomores, Middle Ages; and Freshman, Stony Ages.

The parade will leave the NHS parking lot at 4 p.m. Friday. The parade will move west on Monument Street to 16th Street, south on 16th to Logan Street, west on Logan to Ninth Street, north on Ninth to Monument and east to 19th Street. At that point, some floats will travel to the football field while others return to the main campus.

For high school students, the week-long homecoming celebration also includes a dance, powder puff football games, mini-olympics, and other activities. NHS will have themed dress up days: today, Blast from the Past Day; Wednesday, Nobletucky Day; Thursday, Steve Erkel Day; and Friday, Black & Gold Day.


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