To provide an environment in which all students will acquire the necessary skills to become responsible thinkers, who appreciate diversity and are productive citizens in their community.
-HOMECOMING 2014 - ARROYO THROWS IT BACK
Monday: Show support for the freshmen class buy dressing in 80s clothing or the color pink. Examples of 80s clothing include: neon colors, leg warmers, puffy skirts, frizzy hair, and sweatbands.
Tuesday: Show support for the sophomore class by dressing in 60s clothing or the color purple. Examples of 60s clothing include tie dye, fringe clothing, rainbow, and flower crowns.
Wednesday: Show support for the junior class by dressing in 50s clothing or the color yellow. Examples of 50s clothing include poodle skirts, greaser style, polka dots, Marilyn Monroe styles and tightly curled hair.
Thursday: Show support for the senior class by dressing in 90s clothing or the color blue. Examples of 90s clothing include overalls, flannels, jean clothing, and high waist pants.
Friday: DON PRIDE Day.....dress all out in red & black. We will be having a 6th period rally followed by the football game at 3:30pm against the Piedmont Highlanders on the football field.
We look forward to seeing everyone in their themed clothing!
-Homecoming t-shirts are now on sale in the finance office. The cost is $12 w/ASB and $15 w/out. So get your class homecoming shirt today.
-Homecoming Dance is Saturday 10-18 from 7pm to 10pm at Hayward City Hall with doors closing at 7:30pm. This is a semi-formal event. Guest Bids are limited and are available now in the finance office from 10-6 to 10-9 and are due on 10-10 to the AP office. Tickets are on sale now in the finance office until October 16th. are $20 w/ASB, $25 w/out ASB, & $30 for guests. Buy your ticket now!
- Homecoming Proposals Contest - If you are interested in finding out what this is about come by D-22 or the raised patio for information.
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