Here’s Everything You Need to Know about Homecoming


Wayne Walden

This year’s football homecoming queen candidates are MaHali Brown, Synia Shaw-Laster, Aneeza Ali, Dasia Garland, Naviana Lassiter and Kendall McDonald. King candidates are Riley Darnell, Coy Booker, Jacob West, LeBran McMullen, Joemari Starks and Chris Allen.

Abigail Wurth

Homecoming is coming quickly here at Paducah Tilghman. The date for homecoming is Friday, Sept. 23, but there are many things needed to prepare for this event.  

Starting Monday, Sept. 19, sophomores, juniors and seniors will be able to vote for homecoming queen and king. The voting will close after lunch on Thursday, Sept. 22. The homecoming king and queen will be crowned at halftime of the football game.   The homecoming game this year is against the Colonels of Henderson County. The game will start at 7 p.m. The theme for this game will be formal, so when you come to the game, be dressed and ready for the dance. Our homecoming festivities will take place at halftime of the game, where the court will be introduced and the king and queen will be crowned. 

 The actual homecoming dance will start after the conclusion of the football game. The dance will be held in the cafeteria here at the school. In order to get in, you must have bought your tickets on GoFan in advance.  Each ticket will cost $7.  

 If you plan to bring a guest who is not a student at Paducah Tilghman, you must fill out a guest form and return it to the Dean’s Office by Wednesday, Sept. 21. Guests must be either in high school or under the age of 21. 

 Homecoming season is upon us, so make sure you get everything done so we can have a great football homecoming this year!