Lily Overby, 9
You spent $20 making your galaxy themed outfit or spent hours decorating a trailer so that your team or club can take place in the homecoming parade. Maybe you were just excited to get some candy. It doesn't matter how much or how little you did to prepare for the parade, everyone was bummed to hear it got cancelled.
Now this isn't the school’s fault, it is mother nature’s. There were intense storms the original day it was scheduled, so we didn't go to school at all. The football game that day was rescheduled for the next morning. The second time it was rescheduled had a forecast of storms, which meant the parade was cancelled and the football game was rescheduled yet again. Most grades will be able to take place in the parade next year, but not the seniors. I asked a senior, Bri Glidden, what she thought about the cancellation of the parade.
“I was disappointed that it was canceled the first time because I’ve participated in the parade every year. I’m glad that we didn't have it on the rescheduled date though because it wouldn’t have been as special. The parade is always a tradition for homecoming.”
I know everyone is hoping next year won't be as disappointing and they will be excited to see what it brings.