Once upon a homecoming


Connor Rodenbeck, Review Staff

Feature Photo By: Connor Rodenbeck – Seniors Olivia Muzylowski and Nadya Nfaoui take down decorations in the upstairs hallway before the grand assembly. The dance is Saturday, October 7 from 8-11pm. 

Many would say that Rangeview High School’s biggest tradition is Homecoming and all of it’s festivities. As the first quarter winds down, lots of students are excited to dance their hearts out. Rangeview is putting on its annual homecoming dance tomorrow night from 8-11pm.

The homecoming theme this year is Disney and the school has been decked out in all things Pixar, princesses, superheroes and Star Wars. Rangeview students have been dressing up as tourists and villains among other things. This is all leading up to Saturday’s dance.

Senior Kuleni Abdo looks at the homecoming scoreboard that is hanging in the school store. Seniors are currently in first place. (Connor Rodenbeck) 

Many students are looking forward to this year’s dance, including senior Edith Somiah. “I’m excited because it’s my last year,” says Somiah. “I feel like it’s going to be energetic, fun, and the last time to be around friends in that kind of setting.”

Tickets have been on sale for a few weeks now. Students who haven’t bought their ticket can buy one for $20.00 with an activity card and $25.00 without at the door.

Many seniors in particular are ecstatic about their last homecoming, but the enthusiasm is shared by multitudes of students from all grades.

Sophomore Cienna Harrison expresses this feeling as she states, “I’m most excited about the decorations and getting to spend Saturday with my friends.”

Lots of people would agree that Student Leadership has been diligently working on making this dance memorable. Senior class president Olivia Muzylowski, who is the dance committee head this year, has been working hard to keep everything about the dance under wraps.

“It’s going to be a dance that you’ve never seen before,” Muzylowski assures.