Octorara Announces Homecoming / Fall Festival Events

Events, Schools 25 Sep 2014
Octorara Announces Homecoming / Fall Festival Events

by Jack Mariano

Homecoming Week of 2014 begins with the opening of the Fall Festival Carnival on October 1st at 6:00 pm. Discounted rides and activities will be available this evening and will run throughout the week. Please visit the following website and its accompanying Facebook page for more information about coupons, discounts, and ride vouchers in exchange for game tickets. Feel free to “like us” on Facebook to spread the word!

https://www.facebook.com/octorara

Octorara_posterCARNIVAL – to be held on the grounds of Octorara Middle School

KIDS SPECIAL! On Thursday, October 2nd, students in grades k-6 will be able to purchase unlimited ride wristbands for $10 (half price). These bands will be good from 3:30 to 7:00 on Thursday evening. Coupons for $2 off regular $20 wrist bands are available in all of the district buildings. Come support our booster organizations, who will be offering face painting, lollipop trees, hayrides, plinko boards, cornhole games, and much, much more!  At the bottom of this email is a basic outline of some of our events during Homecoming.

Parade

In addition, the Annual Octorara Homecoming Parade will be held Thursday, October 2nd. All parade participants should enter the lower parking lot and bus loop at the Primary Learning Center. Line- up will begin at 5:00 p.m. Only parade participants will be permitted in this area. All spectators may park in any of the other campus parking lots and walk to the parade route. We encourage you to bring lawn chairs or blankets. The parade will begin promptly at 6:00 pm. The parade route will encompass the road that connects the Primary Learning Center to the Intermediate School and will cross over Highland Road into the bus lane of the Jr./Sr. High School. Our grandstand will be in front of our brave statue and the parade will terminate behind the Jr./Sr. High School. The parade is open to community groups and organizations as well. There is no fee for local businesses or civic organizations to participate. If you are interested in participating in the parade and have not done so already, please contact Jamie Bankert, Assistant Principal and Athletic Director of the Octorara Junior-Senior High School via email at jbankert@octorara.org or by phone at 610-593-8254. A constantly updated schedule of events can be found here: http://www.octorara.k12.pa.us/domain/558 Thank you and we look forward to a wonderful week of games, rides, and community fellowship.

Homecoming 2014  

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, October 1

Fall Carnival Opens at 6:00 p.m.!

All you can ride wristbands for sale for $20 (discount coupons available)

Talent Stage for Students Throughout the Night!

Thursday, October 2

Carnival Special:

Students in Grades k-6 will be able to purchase $10 “all you can ride” wristbands

K-6 wristbands good until 7:00 p.m. (coupons not valid with $10 band)

Talent Stage for Students Throughout the Night!

6:00  Homecoming Parade on Octorara’s Campus

7:00  Boys Soccer  Game vs. Unionville

Gene Davis Memorial Rededication Ceremony – Honoring The Educator and Coach who put Octorara Soccer on the map

 

Friday, October 3

Carnival Opens at 3:00 p.m.!

Talent Stage for Students Throughout the Night!

9:40 a.m.  District Hall of Fame Induction Assembly (HS Auditorium)

1:20  Pep Rally (flex period at end of school day).

 7:00  Football vs. Sun Valley

Halftime: Homecoming Coronation Ceremony

 

Saturday, October 4

8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. Soccer Booster Breakfast $5 (kids get half off with soccer jersey)

8:00 a.m. Women’s Alumni Field Hockey Event (come out and see your favorite players from yesteryear)

 10:00   Girls’ Soccer vs. Marple Newtown

 10:00   Cross Country vs. Oxford

10:00   Field Hockey vs. Oxford

10:00   Girls’ Tennis vs. Oxford

11:30   Volleyball vs. Sun Valley

Carnival Opens at 6:00 p.m.

Talent Stage for Students Throughout the Night!

7:00 Homecoming Dance

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