Englewood shows school spirit during Homecoming.



Carlos Martinez (12) waves the class flag and shares his school spirit.

Jaydin Webb, Editor in chief



The seniors led the school in enthusiasm as the entire campus gathered in the field house Friday. It was the yearly kick-off to celebrate homecoming week. Each class showed Pirate pride by wearing class colors and participating in activities and the fight song.

This year’s theme is “Starry Night”. Many students are excited but wish we had more original ideas. “I think the theme of homecoming is cute. I think we have used the dress up day themes in past years. I’m going to the homecoming dance,” Jade Cordova (12) said. Alyssa Torrez (11) is excited for the week of activities, “Because it’s a time that everyone comes together. It’s a good bonding experience.”

Many students believe this year feels different as more people wore school colors and celebrated as one family.

Each year, for nearly a century, Englewood has celebrated homecoming week with a parade, bonfire, homecoming football game and dance. Lizzy Young (11) said, ”I’m pretty excited, our class seems ready for homecoming. I think it will be better than last year.”

This year begins a new trend in class colors as each class will keep their colors through their year at EHS. Freshmen wear green, Sophomores wear orange, Juniors don purple, and Seniors wear blue. Staff will continue to wear black.

Here is the schedule of events for homecoming week:

Saturday: First day of float building from 9-6.  Please talk to class representatives about the location.

Monday:  Neon Day. Dress up in your favorite bright colors that is school appropriate. Lunch activity will be the whip cream challenge.  Float building from 6-9.

Tuesday:  TV Tuesday. Dress up as your favorite TV or cartoon character.  Reminder no masks are to be worn and must be school appropriate. Lunch activity will be to eat a doughnut off of a string. Float building from 6-9

Wednesday:  Meme Day. Dress up as your favorite meme or vine.  Lunch activity will be a mummy race. The powderpuff game starts at 6:30 followed by the bonfire and tug of war.

Thursday:  Decade’s day. Dress up in clothes from your favorite decade. Lunch activity will be the cookie eating challenge.

Friday: Dress up in your favorite Pirate gear.  The parade will start at 2. Football game at 7 against Denver West.

Saturday: Dance from 8-11. “I’m going to the homecoming dance and looking forward to having a good time. I hope the DJ plays good music,” Obed Cervantes (11) said. Lucas Stombaugh (11) gets to take a date, “I’m very excited and can’t wait to go to Homecoming with the girl I like.”

Administrators want students to remember that if you are planning on bringing a non-EHS guest to Homecoming, you must pick up a guest form in the office, complete it and return it (with a photo ID) to the office for approval.  Your forms will be picked up in the office. You will not be sold a ticket without a signed guest form. The forms are due on September 12.


    • PER 1 – 8:15 – 8:55

    • PER 2 – 9:00 – 9;35

    • PER 3 – 9:40 – 10:15

    • PER 4 – 10:20 – 10:55

    • LUNCH – 11:00 – 11:30

    • PER 5 – 11:35 – 12:10

    • PER 6 – 12:15 – 12:50

    • PER 7 – 12:55 – 1:30

Homecoming week sports events include girls softball playing Aurora Central on Monday, girls volleyball take Weld Central on Tuesday, boys soccer plays Tuesday as well taking on Denver School of Science and Technology. On Thursday, girls softball plays Alameda International, and the varsity volleyball heads to Conifer. Friday is the homecoming game against Denver West. “Denver West is my last homecoming game. I’m expecting to win,” Ikaika Gonzalez (12) said.

“I feel like it’s a new start into a fun beginning of the year. It’s also a great way to start junior year,” Juliana Diaz (11).


  • 9/7 – Kick-off assembly (class color day)

    • Freshmen wear Green

    • Sophomores wear Orange

    • Juniors wear Purple

    • Seniors wear Blue

    • Staff wears black

      • Classes will keep their colors for 3 years and go blue their senior year.

  • 9/8 – 9:00 am – 6:00 pm – Float building begins.

    • Speak to your class advisor if you would like to help.

  • 9/10-9/11 – Float building 6:00 pm -9:00 pm

  • 9/12 – Powder Puff Game followed by Bonfire 6:30

    • $10 to participate in Powder Puff.  Sign-ups at lunch.

    • Bonfire free

  • 9/14 –  Early Release day from School 1:30 students released

  • Parade 2 pm down Logan St. from Duncan Park.

  • Tailgate at 6 pm before the game $5 for a meal

  • 9/15 – Dance 8-11

    • Tickets $15 ahead of time, $20 at the door.

    • If you are bringing a non-EHS guest, make sure you pick up a guest form and return it before Wed. 9/12 to Mr. Rode.


Homecoming Sporting Events: Free for all students with Valid ID

9/10 Softball vs. A. Central 4 pm (special prizes for all students who attend)

9/11 Volleyball vs. Weld Central starting 4 pm, Varsity at 6:30. (special prizes for all students who attend)

9/11 Soccer vs. Collegeview 6:30, (special prizes for all students who attend)

9/12 Soccer vs. Denver West 4 pm.

9/13 Softball vs. Alameda 4 pm (special prizes for all students who attend)

9/14 Football vs. Denver West 7 pm


Dress Up Days:

Monday 9/10 – Neon Day

Tuesday 9/11 -TV Tuesday

Wednesday 9/12 – Meme Day

Thursday 9/13 – Decades Day

Friday 9/14 Pirate Pride Day

Lunch Time Games:

Monday- Whip Cream Flip

Tuesday– Donut on a String

Wednesday– Mummy Race

Thursday– Cookie Eating Challenge